How to Hack Windows XP to Speed Up Internet Access




Is your internet to slow on XP well now we will change this.
Sorry about no images do not have a good camera.

Step 1:

Open up the Registry Editor by clicking the Start Menu and selecting Run. Then type regedit in the text box and click the OK button

Step 2:

Once the Registry Editor has loaded, expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key.

Step 3:

Next, expand Software and then Microsoft.

Step 4:

Locate Windows and expand that as well.

Step 5:

You will want to be editing the main system files, so expand CurrentVersion.

Step 6:

Because this feature is a feature of the Windows component known as Explorer, expand the Explorer key

Step 7:

Next, you will want to modify the remote computer settings, so expand the RemoteComputer key and then expand the NameSpace key to show all of the features that are enabled when you browse to a remote computer

Step 8:

In the NameSpace folder you will find two entries. One is "{2227A280-3AEA-1069-A2DE-08002B30309D}" which tells Explorer to show printers shared on the remote machine. The other, "{D6277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF}," tells Explorer to show remote scheduled tasks. This is the one that you should delete. This can be done by right-clicking the name of the key and selecting Delete

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    9 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction

    funny how people complain instead of lending a hand why don't you use that energy making pics for his post and send them to him so he can fix maybe even send pics on how you captured the images because sometimes we step over the small parts over look the standard which is when we need the hand of a fellow human


    7 years ago on Introduction

    It's kinda funny about the MS Paint thing, being that i had the same problem a few weeks ago... Paint miraculously disappeared from my start/programs/accessories menu, where it is put by default. After a an extremely small amount of research on google, i found the executable file name.

    So, if you can't find paint in Windows XP by clicking Start, All Programs, Accessories.

    Click Start, Run, and type mspaint.exe

    If you want to take a screenshot using this, get the screen the way you want it (full screen, unless you want your desktop to be part of the picture).

    Open MS Paint, one way or another.

    Push the "print screen" key on your keyboard

    Then, on your keyboard, press CTRL + V

    Now save the file (while in ms paint) to a location you will remember easily.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Honestly, if you can't find paint, you probably shouldn't be messing around with the registry of a computer.

    Al W

    7 years ago on Introduction

    How about hit the print screen key and then paste to MS Paint??????


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I know that there is a "be nice" policy, but I've something to say. This is a piss-poor 'ible. There are many, many free screenshot tools. And really? Pictures of shoes and a gun made in paint?

    What should be done is showing how programs such as Ccleaner clear the cache, and allow faster browsing. Alternate web browsers should be suggested. Discuss how hardware and software are bottlenecks to speed. A 9-step 'ible on an unnecessary registry hack is ridiculous.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Why do you suddenly say "RemoteComputer"?

    This trick is not applicable to a local computer?


    7 years ago on Introduction

    You don't need a camera for this. You need a computer to take screen shots of the various steps.

    2 replies

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    i tried that but i could not find paint to put all the pictures in i wouldive put them on here but i could not find paint to open them in


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Irfanview is a free photo viewer with a lot of abilities for cropping and otherwise adjusting the image. I used it almost daily at work for photographing old maps and making them print well.