“G” shows us how to make Windows XP boot faster by tweaking prefetch values in the registry. If you’ve tried this, does it work? More information here. Video after the jump. Here’s how prefetch works (courtesy of Intelliadmin):

Yesterday you used MS Word, and Duke Nukem 3D. Today you boot your system to check e-mail. It sees parts of these two programs in the prefetch folder and loads them into memory before windows completes the boot process. The benefit is faster application launch times. If you really wanted to use MS Word, it would pop up really quick when you double clicked on it

“G” shows us how to make Windows XP boot faster by tweaking prefetch values in the registry. If you’ve tried this, does it work? More information here. Video after the jump. Here’s how prefetch works (courtesy of Intelliadmin):

Yesterday you used MS Word, and Duke Nukem 3D. Today you boot your system to check e-mail. It sees parts of these two programs in the prefetch folder and loads them into memory before windows completes the boot process. The benefit is faster application launch times. If you really wanted to use MS Word, it would pop up really quick when you double clicked on it