How do I make the Easy SpeedUp Manager work on my notebook?
The Easy SpeedUp Manager is a utility that improves the program speed and the performance of your computer by assigning the maximum amount of resources to an active program. You can select the operation mode when you need maximum system performance or low-noise / low-power consumption.
There are three operation modes available:
Silent: Low-noise and low-power consumption.
Normal: Normal Mode.
Speed: Maximum performance mode. The system operates at its maximum performance and the system resources are allocated to the currently active program as a priority, for maximum performance.
To activate the Easy SpeedUp Manager, press and hold the Fn key and then the F8 key. While still holding the Fn key, continually press the F8 key to toggle between the three modes.
IMPORTANT: You need to have the Samsung Magic Keyboard, or Easy Display Manager (depending on your model) installed and running before you can activate the Easy SpeedUp Manager on the Windows XP operating system.
Both the Easy SpeedUp Manager, Magic Keyboard and Easy Display Manager software can be downloaded from the Downloads section on the Samsung UK website. You can easily get there by following the guidelines below.
NOTE: Easy Speedup Manager is not available for all models.
Click on Support on the global navigation bar at the top of the page.
Select PC Peripherals.
Choose Notebook Computers, N-Series and N120, and click Select.
Under Downloads, click on the Software link.
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