How to make a memory reset of Windows XP

Running multiple applications simultaneously in Windows, for long periods causes a gradual decrease in system performance.

Often the only option is restart. Even if you close the application in Task Manager, the tasks / threads associated with the application are not released completely.

The lack of memory resources makes the system unstable and slow.

The following advice is designed to provide a quick reset of memory for Windows. Create a shortcut on the desktop, with the following command line:

% Windir% \ system32 \ rundll32.exe advapi32.dll, ProcessIdleTasks

Then we give a name to our shortcut, for example, ClearMemory.

Then click Finish.

WARNING! Before starting this reset, I suggest you close all applications, or save all your documents.

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