Op Tweak3D hebben ze een uitgebruide guide gepost van 3228 woorden, over het tweaken van de harddisk en het geheugen onder Windows 2000:
Hard drive and memory tweaks are by far the most abundant type in the most recent release of Microsoft's business oriented OS. This is mainly because Windows 2000 is designed with performance in mind. This performance, however, is specifically aimed at a networking environment and as such includes many features that aren't needed unless you are running a networking server. So, in this guide, we are going to axe all of those extra processes, as well as enabling a few other tweaks to enhance performance.
[...] Tweaking your hard drive and memory settings from within Win2k is quite a bit more complicated than it is from within Win9x, but inevitably it is also more rewarding as well. To my knowledge, Tweak3D has the first Windows 2000 tweak guides up on the net, so it is unlikely you will be able to find complementary information anywhere. However, Windows NT 4.0 tweaks, with a little modification, should be able to be used on your Win2k box - so keep an eye out for them.