Optimization in Lenovo® ThinkPad X100e
How do you optimize Lenovo ThinkPad X100e?
The Lenovo ThinkPad X100e was released as one of the most ultraportable laptops that competed with other netbooks released by Lenovo. The system comes with a wide variety of features that make it powerful despite its small size. The Lenovo ThinkPad X100e comes with an 11.6” screen, and the keyboard on the system is like other Lenovo models which are spill resistant which will not allow any liquid to seep into the system. The system gets its processing power from a powerful AMD processor. The netbook features both a touchpad as well as a track pointer with which you can navigate your pointer on the screen. Optimization can be done to improve the battery life or the hard disk memory that is used by the system.
The optimization in the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e can be done in the following ways:
- Increase the internal primary memory
- Configure the background service
- Remove the graphic appearance to improve the battery life
Increase the internal primary memory
The primary memory that comes on the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e is about 1 GB; this can be used to run the Windows® operating system as well as the other programs that are stored on the laptop. The laptop has a capacity of 4 GB of memory. Upgrading the memory on the laptop will increase the speed at which the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e can process the programs that run on the system.
Configure the background service
There are many services that run on the Windows operating system; this may include the antivirus, firewall and other programs. There might be certain services that run on the machine that are responsible for using up the memory space as well as the battery of the system. The battery life will get depleted depending on the programs that run on the system. You can extend the battery life and free the memory that is being used by configuring the programs that run in the background to running only the programs that are needed, other programs can be removed. This can be done by configuring the msconfig.exe.
The power that is used on the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e will be wasted on the graphics interface. The interface and the interactive appearance of the operating system take up the battery life of the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e. You can disable the ‘Aero’ feature on the operating system and run the operating system with the classic theme so that the battery of the system is not used a great deal. Use programs that take up fewer resources on the system in order to extend the battery life of the computer.