Since we oppressed the PC Start button until Windows is ready to use a certain amount of time elapses. The start of any computer is divided into three main stages 1 – BIOS loading and initialization of main hardware devices connected this is the stage that usually consumes less time, falls from the source energizing the motherboard, BIOS that performs a series of subroutines of checking and initializing devices, until if no error is not delivered the command to the operating system boot sequence is activated. To reduce the time spent in this stage is necessary to enter in the setup or the motherboard Setup program, this in most cases is accomplished by pressing the delete during the POST process, but varies according to the manufacturer, however the necessary key for this information appears on the first message that is displayed on the screen. After that is achieved to access the setup search in the options. In the sequence settings boot or boot set as primary device hard disk and not the optical drive as it comes in most modern computers, if you have need in the future for reinstalling the operating system will have to go back this step so that you can start an installation disk. Enable in cases that are possible to copy the BIOS to the RAM, this accelerates quite this stage.
2. The second stage is the burden of the kernel of Windows and all operating system processes. This stage is decisive, it is necessary to implement the following measures. Periodically defragment drive C or where the system files are located. If you have a single partition and disk be large which is very common nowadays, it is not necessary to defragment it completely, is only essential to keep the directories where the system files that are Windows and Users are defragmented. To facilitate the task of defragmenting isolated to request directories, creating an option in the menu of the right mouse click read next page.
A DVD recorder, also called DVD recorder, DVD recorder or DVD Rewriter, is an electronic device able to read and write to a DVD. There two types of DVD are basically recorder, Freeview tuners that allow save the tuned channel in a DVD, and DVD burners for PC, are DVD readers/recorders to computer drives. Once recorded data on the DVD disc, the content can be read in any DVD player. Features a DVD recorder allows you to record on DVD (Digital Versatile Disc, digital versatile disc) discs, the optical storage device that replaced the audio and data CD and VHS video. The capacity of a DVD is about 4.7 GB, about 7 times a CD and need DVD player to read its contents. Although several formats for the recording/re-recording of DVD with different benefits and requirements (DVD-R, DVD + r, DVD-RAM), usually the DVD recorder is usually compatible with all formats both recording and recordable/rewritable discs. Regard to the retro, usually the DVD recorder is retro-compatible with the CD definition, so you can play and record also in CD format.
Likewise, the successor to the DVD format Blu-ray recorders, are retro-compatibles with CD and DVD, so read and recorded both formats in addition to Blu-ray. Types there are several types of devices equipped with the functionality of DVD grabadorr: tuner DTT with DVD recorder: a Freeview Recorder a DVB-t tuner that allows you to record in digital format the received signal, and can use different storage media when recording the tuned channel is. The media most often used, not mutually, are the internal HDD, DVD, memory card or a USB device (external hard drive or USB memory stick).The Freeview recorder represents a role equivalent to VHS video recorder in the era of analog television in the era of digital television. Initially the recorder was developed with DVD and then the recorders with hard disk, either solo or accompanied by DVD. The presence of DVD This is the advantage of being able to read and burn DVD-Video directly, without relying on a computer to the format conversion. DVD recorder to computer: a DVD computer recorder is a reader/recorder installable on a PC drive and allows you to read and write data on DVD. They may be internal, installable in a 5.25-inch Bay, or external drives, usually with USB or FireWire.Son widely used in computers to read media & multimedia software distributed in optical discs, and burn discs for data backup and transport. Along with flash memory, drives CD/DVD recorders have shifted to floppy drives and magnetic tape drives.