What this does is it forces your computer to have a dedicated swap
file which improve system efficiency since Windows no longer has to worry about
the size of the virtual memory (constant shrinking and enlarging of the swapfile
can severely slow a computer down) and defragging the HDD moves the swapfile to
the front of the drive for quick access.
Speed Up Win9x Boot Times:
For users of Win9x you can decrease the boot time of your
system a bit with a few simple tweaks to the MSDOS.SYS file in the root
directory of your hard drive. The first thing you want to do is remove the write
protection on the file.
Load up your Windows Explorer and go to the "Tools" menu.
Inside select "Folder Options...", a window should pop up. Click the "View" tab
and in the lower 2/3rd of the pop up menu you should see "Advanced settings:".
From there scroll down and find the radio button "Show hidden files and
folders". Make sure it's selected then press the "OK" button. Now all the hidden
files and folders on your hard drive will be shown. Now use Notepad to open up
your MSDOS.SYS file and add/edit the lines to look like this.
I know that there are a lot of Win9x users till out there
and you can optimize your system memory usage a bit more. Click the "Start"
button then go to "Run". There type "Sysedit" and press the "Ok" button. Once in
there, go to the "System.ini" window and scroll down to "[386enh]". Under
that header, modify or add these few lines.MinTimeSlice=40
(This allows for Windows Virtual Machine to run a bit
PageBuffers=32 (This changes the default buffer size
from 4k to 32k and should boost your HDD
DMABufferSize=64 (This basically gives more
buffer room to DMA devices to
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