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Old 28/07/2012, 05:35 PM   #1
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Default How to improve performance[Windows XP/Vista/7]

How to increase performance for Windows XP/Vista/7.

Introduction
This tutorial will help you to increase the performance on Windows XP/Vista/7.
After doing this tutorial,your windows view will change to classic and gameplay graphics will reduce a bit but performance will be better.

Steps for Windows 7/Vista

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1)Click start.
2) Choose control panel.
3) Choose  System and Maintenance.
4) View Computer details.
5) Click Advanced System Settings.
6) Choose settings.
7) Select adjust for best performance option.
8) Click apply button.
Your theme will be classic.
9) Close every thing .
10) Open samp and connect to any server.
Steps for Windows XP
Code:
1) Right click on my computer.
2) Choose properties.
 A dialog box will appear.
3) Click on advanced tab.
4)Click properties button.
 A new box will appear.
5) Choose adjust for best performance option.
6) Click apply.
After applying your windows view will be fully classic,but your speed will increase.
7) Close all programs.
8) Open samp and connect to server.
You will feel better than before.
Have fun,xD!

If you face any problems after applying this,post it here.
Credits:[xB]Lordz.
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Kalroz
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Old 28/07/2012, 05:42 PM   #2
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Default Re: How to improve performance[Windows XP/Vista/7]

Deleting your System32 also helps increase your performance.
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Old 28/07/2012, 06:23 PM   #3
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nothing new,its the most popular and basic thing that people does to increase the in-game performance.
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Old 28/07/2012, 06:52 PM   #4
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Deleting your System32 also helps increase your performance.
It works like a charm now! Thanks!
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Old 28/07/2012, 06:55 PM   #5
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Deleting your System32 also helps increase your performance.
Thanks ! I searched this for months !
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Old 28/07/2012, 06:59 PM   #6
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Deleting your System32 also helps increase your performance.
Never knew that. Now my Max Payne 3 works like charm.
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Old 29/07/2012, 01:49 AM   #7
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Default Re: How to improve performance[Windows XP/Vista/7]

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Deleting your System32 also helps increase your performance.
Omg thanks a bunch!!, This made my i3 processor turbo boosted to 5 ghz..!!
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Omg thanks a bunch!!, This made my i3 processor turbo boosted to 5 ghz..!!
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That isn't just one way of improving your gaming experiences. Close any un-needed process, or any program that uses internet access (bandwidth).
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That isn't just one way of improving your gaming experiences. Close any un-needed process, or any program that uses internet access (bandwidth).
This girl made my day when she posted that thing that I should be posted *lol*.
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