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Registry changes to make SUN go faster

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I need to know if there are any registyr changes to make sun java faster or for that
matter the machine itself faster.
thank you all
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by:Thomas4019
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What exactly do you want to increase the speed for. Is it for a Java program that you are trying to make. I dont know of any registry changes to increase Java JRE performance.
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You can give this guide a look over
TweakHound's Super XP Tweaking Guide
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there is something more there has to be. I need some real speed out of this box. come on guys there are soppused to be 100,000 experts on there
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by:Donald Stewart
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Probably every tweak possible(for XP) is listed in the guide above. Did you try them out?
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yes I did and no faster
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by:MightySW
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Then you need to run MSconfig and shutdown already running processes under the startup tab.  I would think that this is one of the tweaks listed.

You also need to add some memory to your computer.  Box limitations will have a serious impact on java Apps and not the OS.  If you need computational power then configuring the OS to use less will help a little, but your real impact will come when you upgrade your hardware.

This may not be feasable, but it is the answer.

HTH
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by:explorer648
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I have 4 gigs of ram in the machine although it only sees 3.5 gigs of ram
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I did upgrade the hardware also it has an AMD 6000 x64
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by:MightySW
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what version is your OS?
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by:Donald Stewart
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32 bit systems will only see 3.5 gigs of ram.
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by:explorer648
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XP PRO but it still is not fast enough
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by:MightySW
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the 64 doesn't come into play if you are not running 64 bit apps, plus it is not a true 64 bit as Intel Itanium processors are the only true 64 bit processors
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by:MightySW
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Did you check the memory size in the bios?

If it is correct then I would still update the Bios.
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by:Donald Stewart
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take a look at nlite http://nliteos.com/nlite.html
 
You can then strip out alot from xp and in return gain alot of resources and speed.
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by:explorer648
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this is already an Nlite build OS I took out all unneeded stuff
that is not the problem I need JAVA to run twice as fast as it is running
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by:Thomas4019
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What is running slowly? Java in general? (Java  is a large term). Is it a java IDE or your own java programs or java programs made by someone else?
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Java made by someone else
it is a program used by Paccar called connect. It is hosted in Canada and uses Java or MSVM although from what I hear MSVM is no longer made
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