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Would a coprocessor speed up loading of pages on my puter?

I'm running XP my ram is maxed out on a HP 7935 would adding a coprocessor help this problem or would a good registry cleaner accomplish this?

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No and No

No and no. The days of a CPU without a math coprocessor ended with the 486. I don't know where you got the idea that you didn't have a coprocessor, but I wouldn't go back there again.

And registry programs are prone to causing more problems than they ever resolve, which isn't difficult since they don't resolve any issues at all... They do cause problems though. They are best avoided.

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Speed up loading pages.

If you mean speeding up loading web site pages, then the only thing that will help there is a faster internet connection. You don't say what type of internet connection you are using, so any advice we could give is limited.

If you mean some other 'page loading' could you supply an example of what you mean?

Also, what are the specs of your system?

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