Last week I converted my C: from FAT32 to NTFS in an attempt to 'wring' some more speed out but it seems to have SLOWED
down my system. I'm using XP Home with C and E logical drives on 1 physical drive and D, F, G, H on another physical drive (that's right C and E on 1st physical ... used to be C & D but reloaded XP several months ago and XP 'automatically' "renamed" my logical drives) plus NAV and ZoneAlarm firewall. WHAT TO DO??
One thing that happens now (I don't know if affects the speed) is that ZA blocks communications with 'Generic Host process for WIN32 Services'. Should I 'remove' that service? (Haven't yet because4 don't really know if it's required.) Again, WHAT TO DO??
Also, ZA says it's protecting me from IP use of 220.127.116.11. Not sure what this means.
Sorry if this belongs in another forum ... I'll switch it if so. Thanks