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    leonidas's Avatar Poster
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    I've red a tip about xp wich said:
    When you close an application, Windows keep the DLL used in memory, & this slow down the system

    The tip was:
    Run regedit and find the location:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / SOFTWARE / Microsoft / Windows / CurrentVersion / Explorer
    Then create this new sword value:AlwaysUnloadDll, and give it the value 1.

    I applied this tip to my computer, and I would like to know if it really works, because it seems strange to me that microsoft would slown down voluntary people's computers for no reasons.

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    Mr. Blunt's Avatar n00b
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    I got this tweak added to my computer too. I personally can't tell if it made my computer faster.

    because it seems strange to me that microsoft would slown down voluntary people's computers for no reasons.
    It seems strange? Come on! This is Microsoft we're talking about.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Blunt@4 August 2003 - 07:58
    It seems strange? Come on! This is Microsoft we're talking about.
    So what should be the reason ?

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    Does anyone else tried this tweak already?

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    I think that if you have a large quantity of RAM (1 GB), then it might be a good Idea. if you primarily work with DV, play games, etc... it probably will slow down your computer.

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