You can do many things in Windows 10, among all the Microsoft operating system, Windows 10 is rich in its feathers. But some feathers made it as a hungry best, even if you have a system with solid specs. However, if you are really willing to do a little to speed up your Windows PC to be a far more efficient operation, these tips may help you
- Add Additional Memory
Windows 10 isn’t as much of an ugly hog as earlier versions of the OS, but you know more memory is always a way to speed up any PC operations. For a lot of today’s Windows devices, such as the Surface convertible tablets, however, adding RAM isn’t an option. Gaming and business laptops often still allow RAM upgrades, but that’s becoming rarer by the year. The new, slimmer ultrabooks and convertibles are usually Contain Fixed RAM. The bigger RAM makers’ (Crucial, Kingston, Corsair) websites all offer product finders that show you which type of RAM your PC takes, and prices are pretty reasonable. I found 8GB high-performance DDR3 RAM for under $40 on Amazon
- Clean Up your Disk
From the Start menu, type Disk Cleanup. This opens the trusty Disk Cleanup utility that’s been part of Windows OS. Disk Cleanup detects unwanted junk and files such as temporary files, offline Web pages, and installer files on your PC and offers to delete them all at once by disk cleaner. However. If you don’t have disk defragmentation scheduled regularly, set that up in the Optimize Drives tool, which you can find by typing its name in the Cortana search box next to the Start button. Another great tool for PC cleanup is Ccleaner, You can grab it as free by using Ccleaner Coupon Code.
- Check out virus and spyware
You can run the built-in Windows Defender or a third-party app to do this and the good side is WindDefendernder is a default program of windows 10, but you’re best served by the internet, find and pick among malware-cleanup programs. It’s free!
- Performance Troubleshooter
UseCortana search box and type troubleshooting and under System and Security, you’ll see the choice Check for performance issues. Run the troubleshooter and it may find the main cause of your slowdown. For good measure, run through the other troubleshooters, including System Maintenance, Search and Indexing, Hardware and Sounds, and Programs.
- Restart PC to clear recent memory
Is speeding up your computer as simple as…restarting it? Maybe. Restarting your PC clears out its recent memory and stops any previously task that might be taking up resources. Shutting down your computer is not the same as restarting it — shutdown is affected by Windows Fast Startup, which saves a snapshot of your PC and its processes in a hiberfile for faster boot-up. Restart is not affected by Fast Startup, so if you have Fast Startup enabled, restarting your PC is the only way to fully clear the memory and shutdown processes.