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Many administrators are familiar with the option in Windows 2000 to give equal processing time or priority to foreground and/or background processes. The best way to provide additional levels of granularity and flexibility to foreground and background processes is to:
a. Adjust the processing settings in your Control Panel
b. Edit the way Windows 2000 handles quantum lengths
c. Look for errors within your redo logs
d. Clean out your recycle bin and Internet cache
e. Hire a P.I. to investigate your PC's background
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