How To Boot Vista Using Multiple Processor Cores – Ep. 14
- December 15, 2009
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Uncategorized
Today’s video will show you how to configure your Windows Vista operating system to boot from multiple cores on a multi-core processor environment. Windows is configured by default to boot from a single core processor, thus the boot time on Vista may be shortened because it is not utilizing all of the cores in your multi-core processor. Now for those of you who have spent your hard earned money on a multi-core processor such as a dual-core or quad-core – you want to get as much out of your Vista environment as you can. Changing this setting is simple and quick. Enjoy!