01 Launch New Folders In Different Areas
If you regularly work with large number of folder windows at the same time, you can quickly and easily improve the stability of your PC. By default, each folder you open occupies the same area of RAM. This means that Microsoft Windows XP has to do a great deal of shuffling as you flick between windows, potentially leading to crashes. In the control panel, double click Folder Options and move to the view tab. Scroll down the list in the lower portion of the dialogue box and tick “launch folder windows in a separate process” click OK.