Optimizing your computer to current demands is an important step. The slowdown of your PC can also affect the speed of your Internet, so sometimes, despite having a great connection, your computer do not open the pages in the right time. If there is no money to upgrade, we can improve performance in another way. Following a few simple tricks:
1. Deleting Malicious Content
Antivirus does not provide 100% security and it is always good to perform a deep scan and use a second option to track possible problems. In addition, an antimalware and optimization program such as tuneup utilities should be used to improve operating system performance.
2. Use an SSD drive
The machines that mount HDD take longer to perform the processes. The SSD is still expensive and its storage capacity is very inferior. But you do not need a very large unit, just go in the operating system and another HDD all the content you want to store. The difference in speed is very noticeable.
3. Hard Disk Defragmentation
This happens in the HDD models where all the available information is fragmented on the disk, that is, the data is spread and not stacked or together. It happens as the passage of time is greater since the first use. This process allows the data to be reorganized and the computer to function more effectively.
4. Remove applications and programs that do not use frequently
We are all struck by installing eye-catching programs that we believe will report a great utility to our lives. At the end, it turns out we are wrong and only use them once. The same thing happens with video games, we make collection, but we only play one or two at the same time.
There are titles that we haven’t touched for years. Removing them from the system allows for more efficient use of it.
5. Accessing the Internet with efficient browsers
We had been sold the idea that, Chrome was the fastest browser of all. And so it was at the beginning. Now it turns out it’s a resource-eating machine, slowing down our computer.
If you add to it the use of multiple extensions, which most of us do not use, your latest version promises to have solved the problems of unnecessary load. In addition, it is important to avoid opening multiple tabs so as not to collapse the RAM.
6. Start faster
Depending on the capacity of the hardware, the computer will take more or less to start. The problem is that, at the start, you add programs that slow down the process. Sometimes, they are activated automatically and another one is that you select this option without really needing it.
Press the Windows button and in the search engine, type “msconfig”, open the file and you will see in the “Windows Start” tab all the processes that start with your computer. There you can remove the unnecessary.
7. Update drivers
Sometimes, the cause of a slowdown is not found and it lies in the lack of updating in system controllers, which provoke conflicts. It is important to keep up-to-date the libraries of Java, Adobe Flash or the .net framework so that your computer runs the programs in the best possible way.
8. Deleting temporary files
Windows stores thousands of temporary files you don’t need. At the time they served as useful, but it keeps them despite not having any kind of function.
So, eliminating them is the best option for the system as it does not have to waste time with them and can go much more fluid. Remove a load that builds up little by little. For this process, there is a very effective and free application called CCleaner.