How to Speed Up Your Computer – 10 Best Ways

Posted on Sep 17 2013 - 12:08am by Hunter Ryan

Top 10 Ways To Speed Up Your Computer: Simple Windows operating system tools are available to help you quickly improve your computer speed.
How to Speed Up Your Computer - 10 Best WaysIn addition, users can also use third-party utility called PC Decrapifier to find unwanted programs or unnecessary use.

1. Disabling Startup Programs:
Click Start and type msconfig. System Configuration window will appear. In this window, you switch to the Services tab, hunt for items with suspicious names from unknown sources. You can also deselect any software of any reputable sources because they do not have running at startup. For example, you do not need to run Adobe Reader on your computer boots because they just run when viewing PDF files. Go to the Startup tab of MSConfig window, you perform the same task. Change anything in the System Configuration, PC will reboot required to implement the new settings you just created.

2. Running Software Third-Party Cleanup:
There are many third-party programs to provide improved speed and clean your computer. For example, some programs of Ashampoo WinOptimizer speed PC 10, SlimCleaner 4 and TuneUp Utilities 2013. An old reliable tool that many system administrators use CCleaner for many years now. This is a completely free utility to clean up the application files, registry entries and unneeded stuff from your computer.

3. Run The Program Scans Your Hard Drive:
Windows also built a disk cleanup tool called Disk Cleanup. This tool scans your system to find large files like installing unnecessary programs, temporary Internet files, log files. There are people for the amount of data files temporarily store up to 2.5 GB. That will make your computer run more slowly becomes.

4. Remove Unwanted Software
Computer users often download some software available that you never touch. What’s worse is some software that runs in the background along with the boot process even if you do not use or open them. To disable these programs, you open Control Panels \ Programs and Features, a list of the software installed and you just disable them by clicking Uninstall.

5. Running Troubleshooter’s Action Center:
Action Center displays a flag icon in the system tray, the little icons that are at the end of the taskbar. You either click on Start and type in Action Center in the search field. Action Center reports reviewed for errors that users encounter errors and test solutions. We can identify the driver (driver) obsolete hardware and software updates. This method can speed up your PC. From the Action Center control panel, drop down and click on the Check Maintenance section to solve the problems encountered.

6. Retrofitted RAM:
There will never be too redundant if you add more RAM, especially if you run multiple applications simultaneously, or editing video or playing games on the PC. System users use 2GB RAM but even Windows 32-bit can use up to 4GB of RAM. For 64-bit versions of Windows support at least 4GB and users can choose to 8GB. More RAM means more time to access the hard drive will be less and so will improve performance better.

7. Clean Malware
Malicious software may be the common reason that your PC’s slow performance. You visit a website, click on the settings button (Install) is not clear, and your computer becomes crawl from it. Meanwhile, malware is now very sophisticated. We use techniques to avoid being wiped off the machine. The best thing is to run anti-malware utility of the PC. This gadget is like features of the software security vendors including Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Norton 360, Webroot SecureAnywhere and Bitdefender Antivirus Plus. In difficult cases you can run this utility with time the computer starts.

8. Installing Larger Hard Drives And Faster:
Like RAM, PC need storage space for the Windows and application settings for a variety of temporary files large. If you have 85% free space on your hard drive full of data, you should upgrade more. For hard drives faster than you should choose an SSD instead of HDD. However, these SSDs are still relatively high compared to many HDD manufacturers choose SSD and HDD hybrid drive to speed up computer operations and also reconcile cost users must spend.

9. Defragment The Hard Drive:
Defragment the hard drive is reorganizing the way data is stored on the hard drive to improve data access speed. In theory, the regular install, uninstall software risk leads to fragmented hard drives because the data are scattered all over the hard drive. Readers must move constantly to get enough of the data files on the user requirements. Hard drive access slow will affect the overall speed of the system.

10. Upgrading To Windows 8:
If the startup time is your concern, you should probably upgrade to Windows 8. The new version improved quite a lot of speed and the user can use the touch screen.

In Windows 7 available to Defragment the hard drive and it runs automatically as users set schedule. Ideally, you should put in the time that they do not use, such as lunch breaks.

To use this utility users open Disk Defragmenter Start and type in the search box.

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