To speed up your hard disk speed you need to configure a special buffer in the computer's memory in order to enable it to better deal with interrupts made from the disk. This tip is only recommended if you have 256MB RAM or higher.
Now all of you who use Windows XP have to deal with non-responsive programs. To close them you have to open the Task Manager, find the process and end it. But here is a better way to automatically close any program that crashes.
There are a few tricks to speed up Firefox. Check them out:
Firefox has this feature that makes recently visited pages load faster. The bad news is that it only uses 4MB of RAM per stored page.
In case you are not keen on using your back or forward buttons you can disable this feature, otherwise being only a waste of processing power and memory usage.
In this example we will hide a text message inside a picture. We have choose for this tutorial a text file named Secret.txt and a picture firefox.jpg.
The speed of the memory is much, much higher than the speed of a hard disk, so as long as you use the paging file, there will always be performance degradation. However if you have more than 256MB of RAM use this tweak to considerably improve your performance. The main idea is to use all the memory before using the paging file.
There is an easy configuration change in Firefox that limits animated images. By limit I mean you can stop or just run animated images once.