- How to Speed Up Your Windows 10
- #1 Uninstall The CrapWare
- #2 Disable Startup Programs
- #3 Power Settings
- #4 Transparency
- #5 Special Effects
- #6 System Scan
- #7 Boot Menu
- #8 Disk Cleanup
- #9 Background Apps
- #10 Notifications
Improving the performance of your Windows 10 system is not a big deal. All you need is the minimum requirements required by the operating system. And the below mentioned tweaks. So here we brought you few tweaks on speeding up Windows 10 Performance.
How to Speed Up Your Windows 10
For a low-end desktop or laptop with no minimum requirements. All you need to do is to increase the boot time of your windows 10 machine. Along with it, Follow the below-mentioned tweak to improve the performance of Windows 10 for gaming etc.
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#1 Uninstall The CrapWare
With the default, Windows 10 operating system comes up with plethora applications which you might have no use of. This happens when you purchased or installed windows 10. Most of the unwanted software and programmes which are known as Crapware comes by the default.
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In most cases, The user installs plethora games and applications of no use. Having un-needed programs use the resources of the computer and some even processes in the background and slows down the system.
So in order to uninstall these programs Go to > Settings > Apps & Features. In there you need to uninstall the programs which you no longer need.
#2 Disable Startup Programs
Whenever you’ve bootup windows 10, By default the system launches plethora programmes as Startup Programs. So the heck happens here is these programs on startup decreases the robustness of the operating system.
To disable programs from windows startup all you need to do is to right-click on the Taskbar and select to open Task manager. You can simply open task manager by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + ESC buttons the keyboard together.
Once the task manager’s interface is opened, Then choose Startup on the top menu and disable the programs which you think are no longer required to startup whenever windows boots up.
#3 Power Settings
Power settings on windows 10 decrease the robustness of the system in order to use low electricity. If you wanna increase the performance of your windows system efficiently, You need to change the power settings.
Go to > Settings > System > Power & Sleep > Then choose Additional Power Settings. With the default, The system is set to Power Saver mode & Then change it to High Performance.
If you are on a laptop, Then the recommended settings are to use Balanced Mode when the device is unplugged and High Performance when the device is plugged in charge.
Windows 10 has an extraordinary visualization mode Transparency. This makes taskbar and other edges of windows look extraordinary. But uses a low amount of resource in the background.
To turn it off Go to > Settings > Personalization > Colors & then turn off Transparency Effects at the bottom.
#5 Special Effects
Plethora of special effects are pre-activated on your windows 10 system. This can affect the performance of the system. But this makes the appearance of the system ugly when disabled. So in order to gain a robust performance you need to disable special effects.
Go to Cortana and Search For View Advanced System Settings and under the Advanced tab on the top right corner, Choose Performance Settings. Then in there change the Visual Effects to Adjust For Best Performance and save changes.
#6 System Scan
Regularly use your favorite antivirus software to defend against a virus, malware, etc. you can even choose the default Windows Defender to perform a system scan. Always make sure to use the original version of antivirus and malware defender software. Never use pirated software.
#7 Boot Menu
Whenever you turn on the computer, A boot menu is displayed for few seconds on time. With the available option under Function Keys, One can customize the system. In general, the display time of boot menu is up to 30 seconds. To improve the performance of the system we need to change this too.
Search for Advanced System Settings in the Cortana bar and hit enter. Then Go to > Advanced and under Startup & Recovery select settings. In there change “Time to display a list of operating systems“ to 10 seconds and save the changes.
#8 Disk Cleanup
Disk cleanup is the best tool to clean up all the cached files from the computer. Perform a disk clean up once a week and make your system get rid of all the temporary files. Simply search for DISK CLEANUP on Cortana and make actions.
#9 Background Apps
Window 10 allows plethora apps run in the background which uses most of the resources of the system. Go to > Settings > Privacy > Background Apps > Turn It OFF.
Likely to the background apps, Windows 10 allow a bunch of notifications. Turning this off can improve the efficiency of the system. Go to > Settings > Notifications & Actions > Tun OFF.
Due to a plethora of privacy reasons and including others, Most of the windows users hate using Cortana. So earlier those were days performing registry hacks to disable this feature. But now Microsoft made this simple.
Click on the Cortana search bar > Choose settings > then turn off every option.
Finally, if all the above tweaks failed to provide you with most out the best performance, Then it’s time to upgrade your computer. Or else improve the amount of RAM installed on your system.
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