Windows 98SE Is there a safe method that will not severly jepordize Windows if you were to shrink the registry like some online guides suggest? Often times I read these guides where... People replace drivers and other various programs within the Windows system with the most current updates of those programs from a newer release of Windows. (defrag.exe from 98SE replaced with XP' defrag.exe) Removing any Windows components they may not need to reduce the size of the over all Windows instillation. Shrinking the registry under so many kb or so they claim to be able to get down to. Defragging their harddrive so that certain files are on the outer most tracks of the harddrive to make loading time as quick as possable. If anyone at all knows what kinda stuff I am talking about is there a safe method to do it from a Windows 98 standpoint?