Ferndale, WA (PRWEB) March 22, 2006
OptimizeVista.NET today announces a new optimization guide. It includes 7 steps, elaborately developed, so that any user willing to improve their Windows Vista (Code name: Longhorn) system performance can do it in a simple and easy way. The instructions that are given are structured in a clear and understandable manner and can be easily followed even by non-technically minded people.
“Windows Vista eats much more resource than any previous version of Windows. Computers running Windows XP fast will possibly be sluggish under Windows Vista. So we decided it was high time a professional and at the same time easily understandable guide to Windows Vista optimization was written,” says David D., CEO of OptimizeVista.NET. “We have great experience in this field as we have already written such favorites among Windows users as Optimize Windows XP and 2000 – A Free Step-by-Step Guide and Repair Windows – A Free Step-by-Step Guide. All you need with Optimize Windows XP and 2000 – A Free Step-by-Step Guide is simply read and follow the instructions carefully.”
The Guide takes PC users through all the stages starting with diagnostics of their systems, where the main question: “Will my PC run Windows Vista?” is answered and some tips for hardware and software optimization are offered. Then users move to the part dealing with virus, spyware and adware protection of Windows system. A nice addition here is a small but informative glossary that gives a beginner a clear understanding of what viruses, worms and adware really are. (Such glossaries appear along the whole guide and will be of great help to PC starters). Next two steps provide audience with information on how to install the latest Windows updates and hardware drivers to keep their Windows up-to-date and how to clean up system, in case they want to reduce the number of unnecessary files on their hard disk to free up disk space and help their computers run faster. What follows is the speeding up hard disk part. Hard drives are without a doubt the slowest sub system in PC, and quite often the bottleneck in PC performance, so the advice audience receive here is of crucial importance. Next comes a thorough description of startup management, which is something users should never take lightly as the more programs are started automatically, the more their computers' valuable resources are drained, thus making computer start to operate slow. Coming last but surely in no way the least is “Tweak Windows Vista” step where audience will find useful tips on how to customize system for their needs.
As Windows Vista is still in Beta versions and there are few software products for it, the main focus of the Guide are the built-in programs of Windows Vista. There also are some recommendations for freeware and commercial software, which have been evaluated and tested independently. The Guide also provides well-chosen links for advanced information aimed at IT professionals. The authors of the Guide promise their readers periodical updates, so the more often audience visit http://www.optimizevista.net the more information on the ways of making their computers work in the best possible way. One more good idea would be joining the newsletter service offered by OptimizeVista.NET.