How to Optimize Your PC Performance

Updated on June 29, 2019 in General Discussion
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Hello Friends I Sugguestion some Tips for Optimize Your PC Performance

1.Clean up your hard disk.
2.Run the Performance troubleshooter.
3.Uninstall and delete unused programs.
4.Limit programs at startup.
5.Defragment your hard disk.
6.Run fewer programs at a given time.
7.Run only one antivirus program.
8.Regularly restart your PC.

Please Share Your Tips and Thoughts.

 
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Hello

I will explain to you the important  Ways to Optimize Your PC Performance.


1. Disable transparency effects. These special effects look impressive, but guzzle down your PC’s resources. Turn off these effects and instead, go for that classic Windows look, to speed up your computer’s performance.

  • Right-click the desktop.
  • Select “Personalize”.
  • Select “Colors”.
  • Disable “Make Start, taskbar, and action centre transparent”.

2. Disable startup programs. Several programs contain a component that automatically runs at startup. While this is convenient for programs you use often, running unwanted software at startup could slow down your computer. Here is how to disable startup programs:

  • Right-click the Start button.
  • Click “Task Manager”
  • Click “Startup”
  • Select the program you want to turn off.
  • Click “Disable”.

3. Disable unnecessary services. Some services are crucial to the functioning of Windows. While there are many Windows-specific features which are enabled by default, there are a few that you do not really need. You can choose to disable these services, either temporarily, or permanently.

  • Right-click the Start button.
  • Click “Task Manager”.
  • Click “Services”.
  • Right-click the service you wish to disable.
  • Select “Stop”.

4. Disable shadows and animations. Shadows and animations look nice onscreen. However, they unnecessarily add to the CPU’s (Central Processing Unit) load.

  • Choose “System”
  • Click “Advanced system settings”.
  • Click the “Advanced” tab.
  • Under “Performance”, click the “Settings” button.
  • Click “Adjust for best performance”. You can also manually disable each effect.
  • Alternatively, go to Settings > Ease of Access > Other Options. Once here, you can turn off animations.

5. Enable fast startup. Windows 10 offers this nifty feature to speed up your computer. When you shut down your PC, Windows will save an image of your loaded drivers and kernel in a separate file, called “hiberfile”. So when the system boots again, the system simply reloads this file, thereby reducing startup time.

  • Right-click the Start button.
  • Go to “Control Panel”.
  • Choose “System and Security”.
  • Click “Power Options”.
  • Click “Choose what the power buttons do”.
  • Click “Turn on fast startup”. You will find this under Shutdown settings.
  • Click “Save changes”.

6. Uninstall unnecessary programs. It is desirable to uninstall programs which we no longer use. Sometimes, we install trial versions of software, which we then forget to remove, after the expiry of the trial period. Such programs take up memory and eventually slow down the computer.

  • Right-click the Start button.
  • Click “Programs and Features”.
  • Select the software you wish to remove.
  • Click “Uninstall/Change”.

7. Defragment your hard drive.

8. Regularly perform cleanup. Disk Cleanup is a great built-in tool that Windows offers you. Using this, you can get rid of unnecessary files in your PC.

  • Click the Start button.
  • Click “File Explorer”.
  • Right-click Local Disk C:.
  • Choose “Properties”.
  • Click “Disk Cleanup”. You will find this under the “General” tab.
  • Click “Unnecessary files
  • Once you are done, click “OK”.
  • Advanced users can avail the “Clean up system files” feature.

9. Disable animations. Animations, which are so much part of Windows 8, can cause a sort of time lag, while moving from screen to screen. To disable animations, do the following:

  • Click the Windows key.
  • Type “System Performance Properties”.
  • Click “Enter”.
  • Uncheck the “Animate windows” box.
  • Disable some other animations, if you so wish.

10. Determine which apps use the most resources. You can use Task Manager to find out which programs use the most resources.

  • Right-click the desktop taskbar.
  • Select “Task Manager”.
  • Click “More details” in case wish to see the full interface.
  • Apps using up a lot of resources will be highlighted.

Change Windows indexing. Windows 8 maintains and constantly updates files and folders to return quicker search results. While this is convenient, keeping information that you do not need often, could eventually end up slowing down your PC. Here is how you can disable indexing:

  • Click on Start.
  • Type Indexing. Next, you will see the currently indexed locations.
  • Click the Modify button.
  • Uncheck the locations that you do not want indexed.
  • To turn off indexing on a drive, open Computer and right-click on your local drive.
  • On the General tab, uncheck the box that says, “Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed”.
  • Choose all the folders and subfolders which you do not want indexed.
  • Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

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I have mentioned the important ways so please try and give me your feedback. 

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