Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Ways To Increase Windows Operating System Performance
Sluggish Windows is boring and nobody wants to have one. Due to the nature of what the system has gone through over some period of time it becomes clearer there is need to forestall few things to get it back on track.
Imagine a situation where the mouse hangs continually, it would anger anybody to repeatedly reboot the system only to be revisited by the same problem. It could be that the whole operating system freezes intermittently taking all the whole time in the world to unfreeze itself before proceeding to the next step. Pop-ups displayed error messages with some irritating sounds keep one busy while trying to cut them off also can be good deal of delay.
Certainly, there are more to slow Windows system than what have been said before. The inner working of a slow computer system depends on many factors, which range from software to hardware. It can sometimes be rudimentary, and sometimes severe. Which ever case it is there is every certainty it requires some careful attentions. That is, not to remove important files from the system and files which are necessary for a full functionality. If not it can compromise the full operation of the whole system. Meanwhile, It can sometimes be attributed to failing hardware parts or not meeting up to specification and requirements.
There are many procedures available online in solving slow system problems but they can be buggy at times. Many can add more troubles to the situation due to tricky processes which might end one directed to purchase a software from them or from a third party. There are cases where one is required to download software which end up behaving like malicious software thereby prompting one to worry or jeopardize the process of finding a quick solution. These are to mention just a few. If you are facing such a situation there are ways to ease compromising the ability of fixing the situation all by yourself, by resorting to information provided below.
(a) Doing a Registry cleaning
Step 1: Download effective registry cleaner online. I usually recommend ccleaner for its effectiveness and ease of use.You can download it from here.
Step 2: Install and run it.
Image of a ccleaner window
Step 3: At ccleaner window, select 'Registry' by the left-hand side and click 'Scan for Issues' tab at the bottom middle.
Image of a ccleaner window scanning registry
Step 4: Click on 'Fix selected issues...' and click 'No' at 'Do you want to backup changes to registry'.
Image of a ccleaner window process of fixing registry
Step 5: Click 'Fix issue' and 'Close' to finish the process.
Image of a ccleaner registry fix complete
Step 6: Repeat the same ccleaner process until nothing is left on the window to fix.
(b) Doing System Defragment and Optimize drives.
Please visit this link on how to defrag a system hard disk drive.
(c) Doing Hard Disk Drive Cleaning.
Image showing Run dialog
Step 1: Click 'Start' , type or copy and paste cleanmgr into 'Run' and click 'OK' to continue.
Image showing 'Disk Cleanup'
Step 2. Select the '(C:)' drive and click 'Ok' to continue.
Image showing delete process
Step 3: Tick 'Downloaded Programs, Temporary Internet Files, Temporary Files, and Thumbnails, necessary boxes, click 'Ok' and click delete to free space in your hard disk - if you are not having enough disk space this one is recommendable.
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Posted by Patrick Johnson