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Optimize Display Settings In Windows XP

Windows XP can look great when it uses more resource for displaying visual items. But at the same time, use of much resources may slow down your system speed. And displaying all the visual items can waste system resources.
To Optimize Your Display Settings On Windows XP Follow These Steps:
1. Click the Start button
2. Select Control Panel
3. Double-click the System icon
4. Click the Advanced tab
5. In the Performance box click Settings
6. Leave only the following ticked:
  • Show shadows under menus
  • Show shadows under mouse pointer
  • Show translucent selection rectangle
  • Use drop shadows for icons labels on the desktop
  • Use visual styles on windows and buttons
Finally, click Apply and OK

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August 20, 2009 at 6:32 PM delete

There are softwares which help us to do the same things. Although, doing it manually is a great way to learn how the things work in our operating system.

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August 23, 2009 at 1:59 PM delete

You are right Neeraj! There are plenty of software's these days to change / optimize display settings, but the real joy is trying to do it our self and to learn the new tricks... But still, software will make the work more easier for those who don't have much idea about the OS administration / configuration.

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December 2, 2011 at 4:04 PM delete

The display settings for Windows XP determine the screen resolution and colour quality that is displayed on your monitors.The "Display Properties" dialog box is used to adjust these two components so you can get the look you want for Windows XP..

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