Over time, the speed of all computers running Microsoft Windows will decrease. It’s like the natural aging process. But also like the natural aging process, there are steps you can take to improve the performance and help your PC run sustain smoother performance over time.
You will notice the aging, as your PC begins taking more time to respond, or open files and folders. You may even notice a decrease in the speed of your Internet connection.
Here are 7 great steps you can take to improve your computer’s performance.…
Even small programs can consume your computer’s system resources which leads to computer slow down, crashes and freezes. When your Windows system resources are low your computer has less processing power for each application.
Having even a few unnecessary programs can unnecessarily hog system resources. In addition, many programs launch in the background as Windows starts up, which can begin slowing down your computer before you even begin using it.
To alleviate this problem, Windows has a tool that allows your to remove programs that you don’t need or want anymore. Even if you have a new operating system, such
If you turn off your computer often, it’s likely that you turn it on just as much. Sometimes computer load times seem to take so long that you could eat breakfast and perform morning exercises, while still waiting to use your PC. It can be like you’re waiting on a turtle.
While computers have come a long way since the days of floppy drives, there are still things you can do to help shave off some seconds and make your computer boot faster. As a result, you can save time, headaches, and possibly money to make your PC boot faster.…
All who are dependent on computers for their everyday lives desire a fast PC. In the world of today that demographic encompasses nearly everyone. Over time, a fast PC will slow down due to numerous problems.
This can happen when a large program is installed or when large amounts of files are saved on the hard drive.
The obvious question is, “How can I speed up my PC for free?”
Luckily, one of those problems can be addressed with ease and also at no cost. Disk Defragmenter is a free utility provided by Microsoft, which comes with all Windows operating …