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Those figures for RAM usage seem OK to me.
Hi! Between 8% and 25% (sometimes 100% for a fraction of a second), 200Mb. I think it's acceptable. Isn't it? Greetings
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CPU usage occasionally flicking to 100% is not unusual. If it seems to do it for no reason when you are doing nothing at all with the computer, it could be good for peace of mind to do a Malware scan with something like SuperAntiSpyware if you haven't already done so. However there are background tasks that can cause the occasional 100% without there being any problem.
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Assuming your XP is at least Service Pack 2 (as it should be for security and ability to update), try this: change your colour depth (eg 32 bit to 16 bit, apply, then back to 32 bit, apply) and see if that makes any difference.
If you're uncertain of the procedure, right click on desktop to get display Properties, in Settings change Color Quality to an alternative, then back again.
This may or may not help, but it causes Windows to rebuild the Shell Icon Cache, and can correct slow icon loading and corruption.
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