10 Quick Steps to Make Your Computer Faster & Perform Better

You can make your computer faster using following steps. It saves more than one hour of a person who use computer eight hours in a day. :)

  1. Delete temporary files - %temp% Open run Window (Press window button + r to open run window)
    type %temp% and press Enter.
    Temp folder will open. Select all files and delete them.

  2. Delete prefetch files Open run Window (Press window button + r to open run window)
    type prefetch and press Enter.
    prefetch folder will open. Select all files and delete them.

  3. Flush DNS Open run Window (Press window button + r to open run window)
    type cmd and press Enter.
    DOS window will open. write ipconfig/flushdns and press Enter.
    this command will flush your unnecessary bandwidth use in Network

  4. Disk Clean up Clean up hard drive disk space being taken up by temporary files, the recycle bin, hibernation and more. You can also use a tool like TreeSize to determine what is taking up space on your hard drive. Right click on C Drive and selec property option.
    Under General tab Press Button Disk Cleanup.
    After it check all the options displayed in windows.
    Now Click on OK and then Yes.

  5. Adjust for best performance Make sure that you have selected “Adjust for best performance” on the Performance tab in System Properties.

  6. The PhilippinesClearing your cookies and other temporary web data every so often will really increase how fast your internet browser responds, and will even fix most problems you have with the internet. Here’s a link on how to do this with many popular web browsers.

  7. Defragment Defragment your computer hard disk using free tools like SmartDefrag.

  8. Uninstall unused programs New PCs come with a whole load of programs you will never use, and you probably don’t even know they exist. Some programs even run background processes when you load your computer, even though you are not using them. To remove all these pointless programs, open the Control Panel’s Programs and Features page, and have a trawl through the list of installed software. Uninstall those that you do not need, while being careful to leave programs your computer’s hardware needs (typically their publisher will be listed as the PC maker’s name or as Microsoft). If you are still unsure about which programs to use, try a third-party called such as PC Decrapifier – it’s free for non-commercial use – which should tell you which programs you don’t want or need.

  9. Prevent unnecessary startups This method will primarily affect how long it takes for your laptop or PC to startup, but often many of the programs which are launched on startup continue to run and use up your computer’s memory. To do this, click “Start” and “Run”. In “Run”, type “msconfig” and then press enter. You should then see the “Startup” tab, with all the programs ticked the ones which will load upon your computer starting up. There is a good chance the list will contain a number of programs you might not have realised were running on your computer during startup, or even at all.

  10. Prevent unnecessary startups This method will primarily affect how long it takes for your laptop or PC to startup, but often many of the programs which are launched on startup continue to run and use up your computer’s memory. To do this, click “Start” and “Run”. In “Run”, type “msconfig” and then press enter. You should then see the “Startup” tab, with all the programs ticked the ones which will load upon your computer starting up. There is a good chance the list will contain a number of programs you might not have realised were running on your computer during startup, or even at all.

  11. Prevent unnecessary startups This method will primarily affect how long it takes for your laptop or PC to startup, but often many of the programs which are launched on startup continue to run and use up your computer’s memory. To do this, click “Start” and “Run”. In “Run”, type “msconfig” and then press enter. You should then see the “Startup” tab, with all the programs ticked the ones which will load upon your computer starting up. There is a good chance the list will contain a number of programs you might not have realised were running on your computer during startup, or even at all.

10 Steps to Make Your Computer Faster 10 Quick Steps to Make Your Computer Faster & Perform Better
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