Optimize Windows 10 & Windows 8 (8.1)

We show you how to Optimize Windows 8 (8.1) & Windows 10 for Best performance on your aging desktop or laptop PC.

How to fix computer performance issues?

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Contemporary technology has created new benchmarks in respect of speed and performance of a computer system. These benchmarks are achieved quite rapidly making the new ones. Besides, of such advancements, systems are still vulnerable enough to intake elements that may cause performance issues. The reason is a merely contaminated open environment, in which the system operates.



That should not cause a replacement of your system, as it can be triggered and fixed by simple maintenance activities. An appropriate preservation can extend a PC’s life to even decades. Find out the prescribed actions that can assure the fitness of your computer system.

Clean Temporary Files, Cookies, and Cache of Web Browser

Web browsers have a tendency to facilitate you by creating and retaining temporary files. These files are necessary for an optimal service. However, once you close down the browsing session, you may not need these files anymore. So, to unburden your temporary directories, wash them out on a regular basis. It will help you in a boosted internet speed each time.

Windows Startup

Windows startup is the initial phase of your Windows boot environment. This phase loads all the processes and services, required to run Windows normally. There are times when other programs list down their selves in the Startup list and load automatically, whenever the session starts. Check out your Startup list and filter it by removing unwanted programs, consuming your PC resources. This will reduce the time in starting up your windows. Read this article to know how to disable startup apps in Windows 8.

Disk Defragmentation

This tip is related to the Storage device that contains all of your data. A fragmented disk is referred to have information in pieces or segments, which bring about a delay while retrieving. Disk Defragmentation is a Windows tool that analyzes the data on your Hard Drive, brings the segments of data closer by eliminating the vacuum space between them, and improves the performance by reducing the retrieval time. Check out this piece of information explaining how you can optimize hard drives in Windows 8.

Registry Optimization

Registry is a database of information that directs each function of Windows operating system. It contains instructions that formulate the behaviors of Windows components and third party applications. A registry record with errors slowdowns the operations to a certain extent. Ensure a clean registry for a consistent performance level of your operating system. Download this free registry cleaner to fix and repair your troubled Windows registry.

Virus Protection

Viruses are the basic threats to a system, operating in a vulnerable environment. These can intrude in your system, infect your data, steal your information, corrupt your system, and create a hostile situation. It is therefore, essential to incorporate a reliable virus protection application to firewall your data and settings. Update your security solution regularly for latest developments.

Virtual Memory

Virtual memory is a portion of your hard drive storage space, which is dedicated to store and retain the primary data transferred from Primary Memory, and make it readily available. In other words, this portion of storage acts like a Primary memory, for the programs and applications on standby. Increase the size of your virtual memory to amalgamate a comparatively large size of data, and reclaim the running applications inactive mode to active.

Complying with each one of the above would definitely sustain your computer’s high level of functioning.


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