Speed Up Your XP Boot Time

You can speed up your Xp boot time by creating a script to run on shutdown that deletes the temp folder and history. To do this, follow the below instructions carefully:

First of all create a batch file by doing the following:

1. Open notepad and enter the following lines:

RD /S /q “C:\Documents and Settings\”UserName without quotes”\Local Settings\History”
RD /S /q “C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\Local Settings\History”
RD /S /q “D:\Temp\” <–” This deletes the temp folder, type in the location of your temp folder”

2. Save the file as like deltemp.bat

3. Now go to Start> Run and type in gpedit.msc

4. Go to> Computer Configuration> Windows Settings> Scripts and double click on Shutdown> Click Add and find the batch file you created and press Ok to set the script.

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