9 Ways To Speed Up On Windows 10 Performance

9 Ways To Speed Up On Windows 10 Performance

Slow running PC is the most common problem we all used to face once. But what are the reasons of this? And how we can cope this situation up and regain the speed of our system.  So basically reasons behind this may be any malicious software running in your system, any system component, or may be some virus attacking your system. Here we tell you some ways, by which you can boost up the speed of your PC.

9 Ways To Speed Up Your PC

1. Uninstall Unused Software

There are several preloaded software we already have in our PCs but they  are of no use instead they are just running al the time the background and slow down the speed of the system. So firstly remove all such unwanted software. Go to the Control Panel’s Program and Features page, and then open the installed software’s list and simply uninstalled the undesirable ones.

It is also found sometimes that some software which claims to speed up your system working is actually the cause of slow working speed of the speed. So just keep distance form such software.

Also Check How To Reset Windows 10 Without Losing Data

2. Shut Off Windows Tips and Tricks

As you use your Windows 10 PC, Windows keeps an eye on what you’re doing and offers tips about things you might need to do with the operating system.

Windows observing what you’re doing and proposing advice can also make your PC run more slowly. So if you want to speed things up, tell Windows to not giving you advice. To do so, click the Start button, select the Settings icon and then go to System > Notifications & actions. Roll down to the Notifications section and uncheck the box marked “Get tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows.”

3. Disable All Startup Programs

Click on the Start button and type msconfig. The System Configuration dialog will appear. Switch to its Services tab, scroll down entries with doubtful names from doubtful sources. Leave anything from Microsoft, your PC maker, or well-known software sources like Apple or Google. Again, those false speed-up utilities are decent candidate for unchecking in this list. You could also uncheck any software from reliable sources that you just don’t need running all the time. For example, you don’t really need to run Adobe Reader at startup—you can just run it when you actually need to view a PDF. Switch to MSConfig’s Startup tab and do the same. Listed here will likely be more used to application names, and the Manufacturer column makes the software’s source vibrant.

4. Run Disk Cleanup

Windows have built in Disk Cleanup tool which scan all the large files of the system like Program installers, temporary Internet files, log files and more.

5. Clean Out Malware

This seems the most common mistakes we all have done. We all used to surf on internet websites where we unknowingly click on any doubtful link to download any file. But such links may cause malware attacks on the PC. And to avoid this run a PC anti-malware utility, like those comprised with Malware bytes Anti-Malware, Norton 360, Web root Secure Anywhere, or Bit defender Antivirus Plus. In difficult cases, you may need to run a utility that starts at boot-up.

6. Upgrade RAM Or Install More

More memory means more time efficient accesses to your hard drive, and hence better performance. So it always the best choice to have a high Gb RAM in your system.

The foremost memory module sellers such as Corsair, Crucial, and Kingston all offer Web tools that help you recognize the exact type of memory cards your PC requires.

7. Install A Bigger and Faster Hard Drives

You by yourself notice that when your hard disk is 85 percent or more is full your PC might shows problem in functioning. The reason is you PC need large storage headroom just as high RAM is to store temporary of the system. So try to upgrade your hard drive and see how the pace changes in functioning. You may choose SSD for this. Or you can also try to clean up your hard disk to make more space for better functioning of the system.

8. Turn Off Search Indexing

Windows 10 indexes your hard disk in the background, letting you — in theory — to search your PC more swiftly than if no indexing were being done. But slower PCs that use indexing can see a performance smash, and you can give them a speed boost by turning off indexing. Even if you have an SSD disk, turning off indexing can increase your speed, because the continuous writing to disk that indexing does can ultimately slow down SSDs.

To get the full advantage in Windows 10, you need to turn indexing off completely. To do so, type services. MSc in the Windows 10 search box and press Enter. The Services app appears. Roll down to either Indexing Service or Windows Search in the list of services. Double-click it, and from the screen that appears, click Stop. Then reboot your device.

9. Run Action Center’s Troubleshooter.

Action Center is denoted by a flag icon in your PC’s system tray in the small icons at the end of the taskbar. You can click on that or just type Action Center in the Start button’s search box. Action Center checks the error reports for errors you’ve bump into, and comes up for solutions. It can classify out-of-date hardware drivers and software updates that may speed up your PC. From the Action Center control panel, drop down the Maintenance section, and click the Check for solutions link.

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