1. Enable CPU L2 Cahce
Go to the registry HKCU_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Session Manager\\Memory Management and create a new Dword value:
SecondLevelDataCache modify this value to the size of the second level cache of your CPU and use the decimal value when filling in. You can resolve to modify the Dword value 'SecondLevelDataCache' to change the level 2 cache of the CPU to 256KB and then restart the computer.
2. Modify hard disk cache to speed up XP
Hard disk cache plays a vital role in XP operation but the default I/O page file is relatively conservative. Therefore it is better to use different hard disk cache for different memory.
Go to the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Session Manager\\Memory Management\\IoPageLockLimit and correct its hexadecimal value according to your memory (64M: 1000; 128M: 4000; 256M: 10000; 512M or more Large: 40000).
3. Remove the menu delay
Remove the delay when sliding out the menu which can speed up XP to the necessary extent. The key value to be corrected is in HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop. The key to be modified in detail is named 'MenuShowDelay' just change the value to 0. Of course the correction takes effect after restarting the computer.
4. Specify the order of the processes
Press Control+Alt+Delete at the same time and then click the 'Processes' tab you can see a dialog box you can see it here All processes currently in operation. Suppose you want to allocate more process time to a sequence such as 3D Studio Max just right-click the process and then move the mouse pointer down to 'Set Priority' (configuration priority)' and then select what you want Which priority is this order? When I accept email I will set 3DMAX to 'standard' but when I separate the computer I will increase its priority to the highest 'timely' so that the computer can be more focused and faster Handle 3D actions effectively.?Solution for XP system users unable to access shared resources on win10 computers