1. Adjust the size of the cache area
You can set the percentage of the system to take advantage of the cache on the primary uses tab of the computer. If the system has more memory, select Network server, so the system will use more memory as the cache. In the CD-ROM label, you can directly adjust how much memory the system uses to read and write to the CD-ROM disc.
2. Monitor Memory
The system's memory, no matter how big, will always run out. Although there is virtual memory, but because the hard drive can not read and write speed compared with the speed of memory, so when using memory, you need to monitor the use of memory at all times. A System Monitor is available in the Windows operating system to monitor memory usage. In general, if only 60% of the memory resources available, then you should pay attention to adjust the memory, otherwise it will seriously affect the computer's operating speed and system performance.
3. Free memory space in time
If you find that the system does not have much memory, you should pay attention to free memory. Freeing memory is the release of data that resides in memory from memory. The simplest and most efficient way to free memory is to restart the computer. In addition, to close the temporary use of the program. Also note that if the image data is stored in the Clipboard, it takes up a lot of memory space. At this point, as long as the clip a few words, you can remove the memory of the original image of the Clipboard, so that it occupies a large amount of memory released.
4. Change the size of the paging file
After changing the location of the paging file, we can also make some adjustments to its size. When adjusting, we need to be careful not to set the maximum and minimum paging file as equivalent. Because the memory is not really "stuffed", it automatically places some of the temporarily unused data on the hard disk as memory reserves reach a certain level. The larger the minimum paging file, the lower the percentage, and the slower the execution rate. The maximum paging file is the limit value, sometimes open a lot of programs, memory and the smallest paging file has been "stuffed", will automatically overflow to the maximum paging file. So it is unreasonable to set the two as equivalent. In general, the minimum paging file is smaller, which makes it more efficient to store as much data as possible in memory. The largest page file set larger, so as not to appear "full" situation.
5. Optimize the data in memory
In Windows, the more data resides in memory, the more memory resources are consumed. Therefore, do not set too many shortcut icons on the desktop and in the taskbar. If memory resources are more stressful, consider using as little as possible a variety of background-resident programs. Do not open too many files or windows when you are working on a computer. When you use your computer for a long time, if you do not restart your computer, the array of data in memory may be confusing, causing system performance to degrade. Then you need to consider restarting your computer.
6. Improve the performance of other parts of the system
The performance of other parts of the computer also has a greater impact on the use of memory, such as bus type, CPU, hard disk and video memory. If the video memory is too small, and the amount of data displayed is large, no amount of memory can improve its speed and system efficiency. If the hard drive is too slow, it can seriously affect the entire system.
7. Change the location of the paging file
The purpose is primarily to maintain the continuity of virtual memory. Because the hard drive reads data is by the magnetic head in the magnetism material reads, the page file puts on the disk the different area, the head will jump to jump, the nature is not conducive to improve the efficiency. and the system disk files are numerous, virtual memory is certainly not continuous, so to put it on the other disk. The way to change the location of the page file is: Right click on "My Computer", select "Properties → advanced → performance set → advanced → change virtual memory", in the drive bar to select the location you want to change to. It is worth noting that when the page file is moved, delete the original file (the system will not automatically delete).
8. Empty page File
There is a "clearpagefileatshutdown (clear paging file on shutdown)" At the same location, setting this value to "1". The "purge" paging file here is not meant to completely remove the Pagefile.sys file from the hard disk, but to "clean" and organize it, so that you can better prepare for the next time you start Windows XP with virtual memory.
We understand its working relationship between memory and hard disk, and realize that virtual memory is not as large as possible, but should be adjusted reasonably according to the specific configuration of the computer. I believe that everyone in the real understanding and grasp the role of virtual memory and optimization methods, will make love machine in the performance of a rise