Boosting Computer Startup Speed

Computer startup speed is one of the main concerns among users these days. People are looking for more ways to get the OS to boot faster, and to open applications or files for the best effect. It’s well known that good compatibility between the hardware and the software is what makes the computer run fast and smooth. This is the one thing that keeps it performing satisfactorily after long hours of use. But after a definite amount of time, every machine starts slowing down, especially if it’s running on Windows. Here’s how to increase computer speed using a few effective tweaks. Disk Cleanup One of the useful disk management utilities in Windows is Disk Cleanup. Run this. You can call up the program from the start menu, by typing in Disk Cleanup in the search bar. When the program comes up, hit the Drives list and choose the hard drive that you wish to scan. Check the boxes for the files you wish to delete. The useless stuff you probably should do away with are Temporary Internet files, recycle bin files, and Temp files. Hit OK when you’re done selecting, and the utility will take care of the rest. Get rid of useless programs This is exactly as it sounds. If you don’t use it at all, then you don’t need it in the system, and that applies for programs as well. So go the Control Panel applet and see if there’s anything listed there that you haven’t used for some time now. And if you don’t see yourself using it in the foreseeable future, then it’s time to delete it. Hit the Uninstall button next to the listed entry, and follow the instructions when the wizard comes up. Defragment the PC This is another often overlooked matter though the effects of it can fast add up to a slow PC. Type in Disk Defragmenter in the search box and run the first result. When the program comes up, the select the hard drive to check, and hit the Analyze disk button. Then hit Defragment if you think that’s needed. Almost all of these are guaranteed to have visible results on the average PC, and if your problems still remain, have us take a look at your computer.
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