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Is your Windows Vista slow? Speed it up!

If your Windows Vista is slow, you can do the typical RAM upgrade.  But, you can actually tweak your Vista so your Internet surfing and downloading speed is faster.

Here are 2 sure-fire ways to speed up your Vista…and without adding any costly hardware:

1.  Open up Internet Explorer->Tools->Internet Options and uncheck the TLS box and click OK.  The TLS, or Transport Layer Security, performs an encryption process that could drag out Internet browsing and downloading.  Removing this security layer can speed up your Vista.

2.  Also, there is a TCP autotuning feature that could slow down the works.  A bunch of websites do not respond well to this feature and will slow down your computer.  So, you should turn it off to prevent any latency.  Here’s how to do this:  Click on Start-> type CMD and hit enter.  At the command prompt, type: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel= disabled

Close the DOS window and restart your computer.

These two quick feature removals could drastically speed up your computer.  And it’s a great way to provide a PC tune-up.

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