You have now finished optimizing the core components of Windows Vista. First you learned how to add more memory to your computer and about the new ReadyBoost feature of Windows Vista that allows you to gain some of the benefits of adding RAM without even opening your case to speed up memory access. Then, you learned how you can adjust your paging file and adjust your application priorities to speed up your hard drive access and how your CPU works.
Next, you looked at way to speed up your network connection. You started with browsing the network and your network card and worked your way outward to speeding up your Internet connection.