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Chapter 30. Optimizing Windows NT Workst... > Optimizing with Hardware Choices

Optimizing with Hardware Choices

Optimizing your hardware components, both on your computer and throughout the network, is an effective way to improve performance levels. Because time is money, it's frequently viable to upgrade hardware in order to create a productivity level that raises work output.

A fast processor isn't the answer to all your problems. Many variables—the speed of the hard drive, the size of the data path, the controllers that manage disk and video, and more—contribute to the general productivity level of your workstation.


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