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Can any one tell me how do i cleanup the windows startup entries. I'm having WIndows 2000 Professional Edition.

I also want to delete the useless registry records of softwares which have been deleted/uninstalled already. A professional had told me that if we don't clear those unwanted registry records, our system will be a bit slower. I'm having a P3 system with 64MB RAM. Is there any further way to make it a bit faster?

awaiting for response.

Tomy
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question1: cleanup windows startuup entries
answer:
Go to Program, start and startup....delete the unwanted icon to stop calling the program to run on startup. or go to "Run" type 'regedit'

question2: delete registry records
answer:
can use norton cleanswap to clear the unwanted file....the best way is to format the hardisk.

question 3: way make faster
answer:
need to fragment the structure of the file if can once a week or upgrade your RAM to 256Mb.

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