Ways to Improve Your Computer Performance


1.Uninstall the Unnecessary Software:

It’s always recommended to delete any unnecessary software that you may never use. This may include both pre installed software or any software installed by you.

How do you remove unnecessary programs from Windows 10?

Click on Control Panel, Select Programs > Programs and Features.

Press and hold (or right-click) on the program you want to remove and select Uninstall.

2.Limit the programs at start-up:

There are several programs designed to start automatically when windows starts.

Here are two ways to limit programs from running when your PC boots up.

1) Task Manager makes it easier to determine what programs require to be run in the background and those that can be started manually.

2) There are free tools also available, such as Auto-Runs for windows that shows you all of the programs and processes that run when you start Windows. These applications can stop a program from running automatically.

3.Defragment your hard disk:

Defragmenting is important to keep your hard drive healthy and improve computer performance. Disk Defragmenter reorganizes fragmented data so your hard disk can work more efficiently.

You can run Disk Defragmenter manually, it is best to analyze the disk first prior to any action.

Click Control Panel, then System and Security. Under Administrative Tools, click Defragment your hard drive.

If you want to manually defrag your disk, click Defragment disk.

4.Restart Regularly:

The more number of tabs you have open and the longer you keep them running, the greater are the chances for your system to overload and eventually run low on memory.

Restarting your system at-least once a week is the best way to improve the computer performance. Restarting helps keep your computer running efficiently and can often speed up performance if you’ve been having issues.

5.Clean up your hard disk:

Disk Clean up removes temporary files, empties the Recycle Bin, and eliminates a variety of system files and other unnecessary files that you no longer need.

6.Check for viruses and spyware:

If your system is slower than normal computer performance, It’s possible that it’s infected a virus or spyware.

You can check spyware with windows Defender or other antispyware programs. The best way to get rid of spyware is to keep antivirus software up to date.

7.Add more RAM to your PC:

Adding more RAM is the best solution to improve computer performance, as the processor reads the data from RAM much faster from a hard drive.