Performance of Acer® Aspire 1410 with Windows® XP® Operating System
Acer Aspire 1410 is a 11.6" notebook. It uses Core 2 Solo 1.4 GHz processor, 6 cell lithium ion battery which provide up to 6 hours of power backup. In addition, the Acer Aspire 1410 has a number of features meant to improve the computing experience of its users. It is a portable device, weighing just 1.41 kg; so, you can carry along anywhere you go. You could get easily connected to a network with the help of the Wireless LAN and Ethernet in it. Your weighing system is preloaded with Microsoft Windows Vista. Still, if you are a beginner or you are well versed with Windows XP you could easily download it in your system.
- Restore or Backup feature
- Cleaning of the disk
- Disk defragmentation
Restore or Backup feature
This is one of the major features of Windows XP. Using this feature you could backup or restore all the important files or documents. It could also create backup for the preference or settings. Hence, this feature of Windows XP relieves you from the issues of loss of any files, documents or preference. By restoring, you could undo any unwanted changes made to the system while backup helps to recover the lost files or documents. While restoring or backing contents from your system, you could either go for entire contents of the system. Or else, you could choose the ones you need to backup or restore.
Cleaning of the disk
The next important feature of Windows XP is its 'Disk Cleanup' feature. Your Acer Aspire 1410 system could be overburdened with lots of unwanted contents. Because of the presence of large volume of unwanted contents the hard drive of your system won’t find place for the installation and use of new software or program. In such cases, instead of manually identifying and deleting it, you could easily opt for disk cleanup. This feature would clean the drive which you have specified and make more space in it.
Disk defragmentation is the process of consolidating all fragmented files present on the hard disk of the Acer Aspire 1410 system. Fragmentation normally happens to a hard disk over a period of time as you change, save or delete the file. The changes that you would save to a file are usually stored in a location in the hard disk which is quite different from where the original file is present. When making changes, it would be saved in different locations. Over a period of time, both the hard disk and the file itself gets fragmented, and you could notice that your system’s performance gets reduced as it has to look at different locations to open a file. With the help of Disk Defragmenter tool in Windows XP, you could rearrange the data present on your hard disk and easily reunite all the fragmented files.