Many users complain that Windows Vista is the speed of the system, is that unlike Windows XP, Windows Vista requires a lot of hardware, otherwise the system becomes very heavy, and when the interface is activated Aero the resources used by the system are even greater.
I personally do not use Windows Vista because it still has many problems, I even tried a few days but still does not seem a good option to use, it has many problems, especially with the compatibility of software ... I'm pretty happy with Windows XP and its stability.
5 points by which the speed of Windows Vista can improve considerably:
- Disable Windows Vista Search Index feature.
This is a new feature of Windows Vista called Windows Desktop Search: Indexing "is that this option will create and maintain an index of your PC on your desktop which decreases the performance of the operating system.
- Add a 2GB flash device for use in 'Ready Boost'
Windows ReadyBoost is a new feature of Windows Vista, and that is one of the most relevant. Its operation is based on that you can use your memory stick as a pendrive. Make the most of this feature and get more memory for you to work comfortably.
- Turn off automatic disk defragmentation
While you're using Windows Vista, it becomes a so-background-automatic disk defragmentation which undoubtedly loaded your operating system.
- Turn off hibernation in Windows Vista
Hibernation in Windows Vista PC is also a factor to make it slower operating system. If you do not have a laptop that really need this feature it off now.
- Disable Remote Differential Compression
This feature of Windows Vista is to determine what makes the alterations between equipment in a network to synchronize time transfers optimally.
Here is one more guide to improve its performance: Improve Windows Vista Performance