Performance Increase By De-Activating Programs

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    JesusChristfreak

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    I recently found that I can increase the performance by de-activating some unused programs. For instance, if you go to a website that you KNOW is safe, you could de-activate the virus scanner. Or if you are using PhotoShop or some other programs and not using the internet, then you could also de-activate the anti-virus program. I find it boost my performance by double or more.:eek:

    But use caution,
    Tien
     
    JesusChristfreak, Apr 7, 2013
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    you do not want to deactivate your scanner at any time you are online.
     
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