Re: How to optimize Word 2007?
When you compress a hard disk, you create more space in which you can store files. Although more disk space is available, disk compression can slow the performance of programs that use the compressed drive. When you use disk compression, data is compressed or decompressed each time a read or write operation is performed on the disc. Decompression and compression makes demands on the processor in your computer. Therefore, performance can be reduced. When you are running Word 2007 from a network drive, performance may be slower than when you are running Word 2007 from files that are stored on the local hard drive. In addition, when you work with files located on a floppy disk or a network drive, performance may be slower than when you work from files that are stored on the local hard drive. When you are finished with a file, save your changes and close the file before copying the file to its original location.
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