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How To Increase The Performance of Windows 98 And Millennium

There is a way to increase the performance of Windows 98 and Millennium. Microsoft allows us to define the typical role of our computer as either a Desktop computer, Mobile or docking system, or Network server. These settings allow you to optimize your hard disk performance. So by defining the role of your computer as a Network server, it will give you better disk performance and will increase the performance of Windows. Therefore, this technical brief will show you how to enable this Network server setting.


Increasing The Performance of Windows

  1. Go into your Control Panel by first clicking on the Start Button.
  2. Then click on Settings and then click on the Control Panel icon.
  3. Double click on the System icon to open up the System Properties Window.
  4. Then click on the Performance tab at the top of the screen.
  5. Now click on the File System button at lower left hand corner of the screen.
  6. Change the Typical role of this computer: setting to Network Server in the Settings section.
  7. Then click on the OK button at the bottom of the screen to save your settings.
  8. And then click on OK to exit the System Properties Window.

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