Windows 10 impresses in a number of ways, such as the close completion of voice control with Cortana and the way the software adapts to match both tablet and laptop computers. At the same time, it can not get away from the past: The operating system remains a huge, labyrinths piece of software, the opposite of simplification and efficiency. As the years go by, files and applications are piling up, hardware gets older and as a result, you will often find an older Windows computer that slows down.
Manage Automatic Applications
When you turn on your computer, Windows starts and runs a bundle of applications and background utilities. While this automatic launch aims to make sure applications are ready and wait after Windows loads, it adds extra time to the boot process as they all try to open simultaneously. And the system does not make it very clear to the user which programs are included in the automatic startup list.
We can manage automatic startup applications to increase system speed. Some applications are useless for us. we can remove them and increase our computer speed.
Hard Drive Storage
Operating systems require as much free space as possible on the hard drive. This gives the software more elbow space to store temporary data and more flexibility to organize files. If your hard drive is low on your computer, you will see a general slowdown in computer performance. Thus, deleting old and unused files can provide boost push.
Disable Windows Visuals
Windows is full of visual flourishing that makes the operating system easier on the eye. Damage, shadows and cartoons are all good and good, but most users will happily mark them for some extra performance. If you have problems running your programs at a reasonable speed, then you can disable some of these additional graphics effects, which reduce system resource requirements such as processor time and memory.
To apply this tweak, first open the task-bar and type “sysdm.cpl” in the search box. Then press Enter, and then go to the Advanced tab. Under the Execute heading, click the Settings button to disable window animations, smudges, fonts, shades from dialog boxes, and other visual enhancements. To disable everything and keep Windows as visually as possible, click the Adjust for best performance checkbox.
The registry is the configuration file for Windows spreading and covers everything from the menu buttons you see in the File Explorer in the image that appears on the login screen. Many apps store their settings in this file as well. Over time, the registry may grow inflated, accumulating bugs, such as references to programs that are no longer installed. This can have a negative impact on the overall performance of the system.