October 31st, 2007, 03:26 PM #1
I need best tip how to make computer run fast or smooth
I know you already answer this thread but some of us want hear your best tip or software.
The reason why I do this because every year software gone or lousy cause us to find good one.
There almost many dell opilpex gx260 to gx280 with P4 2.60 GHz with 1 gb ram is so slowest. I am guess it almost over 2,000 pc but about 900 pc is slowest. Due to junk stuff like they don't know that program is fake like it try tell you have virus please download then that how it happen.
What we did is download ad adware se version 6.0 it got nearby 1 hour and found over 1,500 infection. I am not joke but it improve IE6 speed but still slow for us.
Then we did disk clean up it remove nearby 1.5 gb of junk files from people who use it.
Then we try disk defragment on window xp pro it was lousy it not work so we download Auslogics disk defragment and registry speed up it did help about 15 percent but we still not satisfy with that.
There big problem with e-mail it is Microsoft 2003 outlook it seem to be slow for another people because they say last year it was fast but now it so slow like 2 min wait for open complete. Will it help if they delete old e-mail because they never delete old e-mail in trash bin I see trash bin's next left say have about 800 e-mail that was date 4 months ago. DO you think that cause slow?
But how way to force pagefile to use ram full instead half ram and hard drive.
What folder like temp or pagefile should be delete but not folder just stuff in folder should be delete that will help?
sorry for my bad grammar!
October 31st, 2007, 04:04 PM #2
If i can manage to understand what you are saying ...
The best solution since your dealing with a bulk volume of PC's is to get one system, clean it up especially nicey nice. Ghost it and push that on to every machine like it.
Do that for every model of Optiplex you have and that should clean up performance on the machines and take as little time as its going to take to clean up 2,000 machines in an efficient manner.
Running individual applications to clean up a system may take too long if your looking to clean up more than a few. Automate the process as much as possible, example, review your automated XP install procedures.
October 31st, 2007, 04:27 PM #3
Well one big problem I already talk with IT guy about that. I told his why not connect to all computer by use remote desktop but some computers could be off or slow or opposite thing.
They have program I think it called VNC server it could connect all computer. Last time they use was 3 years ago I don't think it can do that job like open program then scan but they did sent message like announcement say rules for student who try view myspace or facebook will be caught in trouble.
Plus I do enjoy sit on 1 computer do that job but I know it long time to done.
There tiny problem with desktop computer it have domain controlled but when it turn on it will say setting network connection then apply setting computer then done.
I think that too many stuff on computer try hook on network cause slow log in?
Thanksorry for my bad grammar!
October 31st, 2007, 06:31 PM #4
October 31st, 2007, 09:40 PM #5
Ok well what I know that they are illegal to use freeware on commercial stuff so how much cost for business or commercial?
Maybe I should contact that softwares you post to see if they allow for that.sorry for my bad grammar!
October 31st, 2007, 11:10 PM #6
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You might be better off starting from scratch. Often I just completely wipe the computer's hard drive and reinstall the OS if it gets to that point. I am using a Celeron 1.2 gig Tulatin Core (PIII) processor, and it is pretty fast. Your computers are probably just full of junk you dont need. To clean it up, I would start by uninstalling all programs you dont need.
You might try a registry cleaner and several spyware scanners. I would not use any software designed to speed up your computer because this kind of software is just as likely to mess it up.
You really need a virus scanner on each computer. You should never download junky programs from the Internet. I use AVG Free Edition Virus scanner and it is pretty good.
Key thing is not to go to any site on the Internet that has illegal free downloads of software. Those sites always give you a free spyware or virus with every download.
IT has to enforce download policy and insure everyone has an up to date virus scanner. That is their job.
Last edited by ceh4702; October 31st, 2007 at 11:16 PM.
November 1st, 2007, 06:05 AM #7
They have anti virus that is trend officescan. We hate those because when you log in it auto pop black cmd for update but won't let us close until it done updates.
Well I will talk with It tech if they decide do your way is reformat then install window xp pro again.sorry for my bad grammar!
November 1st, 2007, 07:29 PM #8
Today one staff is complain now. What happen we did work that one that was 2 days ago.
Now it worse and slow. She try open Microsoft 2003 outlook it got 3 min. Sound something with hard drive? It not off after 5 hours plus dell's bios are setting hard drive to full performance. Do you think if let computer get sleep then turn on will it work or just same result.sorry for my bad grammar!
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