I haven’t seen this tip before just now. Lifehacker has posted a tip on how to use multiple cores during the boot process of Windows Vista. Kind of cool if it works. Mine was on the defaulte set at 1 and I have changed it to 2. I can’t reboot right now, but it’s ready for the next time I can shut down. Give it a shot and comment below if you notice a difference during your next boot. This could potentially be a great tip for some of the slower Dual Core Tablet PC’s out there – but on the other hand – if you’re on battery, I wonder how much the extra CPU cycles during boot will drain the battery.
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