That's the great advantage of Windope over the Mac -- you *can* fiddle
around with many things, provided you know what you do. And it is
really surprising how much performance improvement on a pretty average
hardware system can be achieved that way.
Having experienced computing in pre-Windows and Pre-Mac times, I don't
mind a bit of fiddling (to be honest, I have a couple of machines
around dedicated to exactly that pastime), but I admit that the
greatest *disadvantage* of Windoze compared to the Mac is that every
nitwit user can easily gain access to all these interesting things,
which usually leads to crashes, confusion, and a desperate call for
All typos ?My Knotty Fingers Ltd. Capacity Dept.