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How to speed up opening of folders in Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP

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How to speed up opening of folders in Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP

 

Sometimes be annoying when you open a folder, and have fiercely to wait to open the folder. But the process can be accelerated slightly with a small intervention in the Windows registry.

CAUTION : WORK IN REGISTERS may be dangerous!! If it is done contrary to the this tutorial may result in damage to the operating system (Windows).

In this tutorial you will learn how to speed up the opening of folders (folders) in Windows 7,Windows XP and Vista.

1. Go to Start > Run ( or Windows Key + R for Windows 7 and Vista).

2. In the newly opened RUN window type regedit and click OK.

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3. Extend the menu or double-click the HKEY_CURRENT_USER

4. Extend the menu or double click on CONTROL PANEL

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5. Click the Desktop time not stretch menu. On the right side you find MenuShowDelay. Click twice, or right click on this registry key and click Modify

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6. In the newly opened window change value from 400 to 0 (zero). Click in OK

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7. Close all open menus. Make restart to the Windows system.

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