speeding up by changing memory allocations?

  palinka 15:04 21 Jan 04
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I remember reading somewhere some tips for speeding up a computer by altering the memory allocated to certain tasks (and there may have been other hints to achieve the same purpose). Can't remember where I found it; any ideas?
I'm hoping to optimise a friend's laptop running XP with only 112Mb Ram. Alternatively, any advice on installing extra memory? would it be expensive to do this in a laptop?

  palinka 18:28 21 Jan 04

bump

  cycoze 21:17 21 Jan 04

CachemanXP may be worth a look click here , i use the regular version on Win98 with 512mb installed , it runs very well.

The program is shareware .

  palinka 09:20 22 Jan 04

Thanks cycoze, I've just had a look and it seems to be just the thing. I'll try it. Thanks very much.

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