One thing you really benefit from every month is
your hard drive. As you add, change, rearrange, and delete files,
information stored on the hard drive, it can become very unorganized.
Information is stored in bits and pieces here and there so that Windows has to grab data from all over your hard drive when you open a file. That slows down the system. You can organize things by defragmenting your hard drive, which essentially puts pieces of individual files back together. When done, Windows can more easily and quickly access your files. You should defragment your drive at the end of every month.
The process tends to take some time, depending on the information that is stored on your system. This is a time consuming activity but we recommend that you do it at least once a month.
After performing all these weekly and monthly tasks, your system should be moderately clean. Now, the next step is to speed up Windows XP by tweaking some settings.
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