Windows operating systems do you have any problems with system resources? Do you know how to solve it?
1. Clear the Clipboard. When a picture or large piece of text is stored in the Clipboard, it takes up more memory. Clear the contents of the Clipboard and free up the system resources it occupies: Click Start, point to Programs, point to attachments, point to System Tools, click Clipboard Viewer, and then on the Edit menu, click Delete.
2. Restart the computer. Simply quit the program and do not restart the computer, and the program may not be able to return the resources it occupies to the system. Please restart your computer to free system resources.
3. Reduce the automatic operation of the program. If there are too many programs running automatically when you start Windows, you will not have enough system resources to run other programs even if you restart your computer. To set Windows do not start too many programs: first, click start → run, type msconfig, click OK, click the Startup tab, and clear the check boxes for programs that do not need to be started. Second, click start → run, type "Sysedit", and click OK to remove unwanted Autoexec.bat from the "Win.ini" and "Config.sys" files. Then, restart the computer.
4. Set virtual memory. Low virtual memory can also cause the system to run incorrectly. You could manually configure virtual memory in the System Properties dialog box to move the default location of virtual memory to another partition with a large free space.
5. There are bugs or damage to the application. Some applications are designed to have bugs or have been destroyed, and the runtime may conflict with Windows or scramble for resources, resulting in insufficient system resources. There are two methods: one is to upgrade the problem software, the other is to uninstall the software, modify other similar software.
6. Memory optimization software. Many memory optimization software, such as RAM Idle and Memo kits, can automatically empty the Clipboard, release the system resources that are not released by the shutdown program, organize the virtual memory files (WIN386.SWP), and so on, eliminating the trouble of manual operation, and achieving the purpose of automatically releasing system resources.
7. Keep enough space for the hard drive. Because Windows need to use hard disk for virtual memory, this requires that the hard disk must retain a certain amount of free space to ensure the normal operation of the program. Generally speaking, the minimum should ensure that more than 100MB of space, otherwise the "blue screen" is likely to be too small with the hard disk space. In addition, too much fragmentation of the hard disk, but also easy to cause "blue screen" appearance. Therefore, it is necessary to defragment every once in a while.