ASUS® Eee PC with Windows® XP Software Utilities
Know your ASUS Eee PC and its different software utilities
ASUS Eee PC is a netbook that has been launched by ASUS®. The lightweight netbook works in compatibility with Windows® XP, Mac® and Linux® operating system. Most ASUS Eee PC™ use 533/667 MHz DDR2 RAM through a standard SO-DIMM module that can be swapped out. Some netbooks feature a fan that helps in cooling off the system. Most ASUS Eee PC™ also include options to upgrade SATA internal hard drive of either 80 or 160 GB. Almost, all models feature an external display that can be supported through a standard VGA connector. In addition, many versions of current models feature Intel® Celeron® processors. Furthermore, you can optimize and maintain your ASUS Eee PC with the installation of software utilities.
Each model comes with even more options for users who desire enriching experiences. Following points discuss about different software utilities in ASUS Eee PC and the role played by them:
- Different utilities in ASUS® netbook
- Role of a software utility
- Issues related to software utilities
Different utilities in ASUS® netbook
The different utilities on ASUS® laptops include Dr. Eye Utility, AFUDOS Utility, LAN Utility, Eee Storage Utility, Super Hybrid Engine Utility, SPLENDID Utility and EzPeer Utility. These utilities help in enhancing the performance of the system. Also, these utilities come with different features that help in enriching the experience of users.
Role of a software utility
Software utilities are service programs that have been specifically designed to help an end users manage and tune the computer. These service programs also help in the maintenance of hardware, software, operating system and applications. Software utilities enhance various operating systems, including Windows® XP, Windows® Vista, Mac®, etc. Utility software categories include disk cleaners, system profilers, launcher applications, hex editors and network utilities.
Before trying to install a software utility on your computer, it is important to check whether the program is compatible with the operating system or not. In case if the software utility application works in compatibility with the installed operating system, then it might enhance system performance. If the utility application is incompatible then it might cause system errors.