Improve Your System Speed

           The performance and speed of a system decreases with time. Most of the people would think that speed decreased because of the virus. So they format the system, but it’s not the proper solution for the problem. Here, some tips and tricks are discussed. All the tricks are 100% working and will boost the system performance without any software.
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1)      Increase booting speed:

Steps:

  1. Open Run dialog box.
  2. Type msconfig and press enter.
  3. Now ‘system configuration’ dialog, select startup tab. Uncheck the unwanted programs and click on ‘Enable All’.
  4. Apply changes and press “OK”.
  5. Navigate to the BOOT.INI tab in ‘system configuration’ dialog , There you will see the Timeout option, change its value to 5 sec from 30 sec.
  6. Save the settings and press “OK”.

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2)       Decrease shutdown time:

Steps:

  1. Go to Run and type the following command: regedit
  2. The registry editor window will open up.From the left pane navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE ->SYSTEM ->CurrentControlSet ->Control
  3. Now in the right pane look for the key “WaitToKillServiceTimeout”. Double click on it and change its value to 2000 and click “OK”.

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3)    Boostup the processing speed of System:

Steps:

  1. Go to Run and type the following command: regedit
  2. The registry editor window will open up.From the left pane navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER ->Control Panel -> Desktop
  3. In the right pane, locate the “HungApplicationTimeOut” key and change its value to 1000 and click “OK”.
  4. Locate the “MenushowDelay” key and change its value to 80 and click “OK”.
  5. Locate the “WaitToKillApplicationTimeout” key and change its value to 20000.

4)   Increase virtual memory

Virtual memory stores the process to be executed, and allows it to execute even if the process is partially loaded in the main memory.

Steps

  1. Right click on My Computer.
  2. Select the Properties option, the System window will appear.
  3. Go to “Advanced System Settings”. The System Properties window will open up.
  4. Navigate to the “Advanced” tab, then under the performance section click on “Settings”. Now the Performance Options window will open up.
  5. Navigate to advanced tab and under the Virtual Memory section click on “Change”.
  6. Unmark the checkbox “Automatically manage paging file sizes for all drives” and select the drive, of which you want to change the virtual memory.
  7. Select the “Custom Size” radio button.
  8. Change the Initial Size field to the value  same as the “Recommended Size” at the bottom and change the “Maximum size” to double the “Initial Size”.
  9. Click “OK”, a dialogue box appears as shown below.

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Now, restart the system.

5)           Clear Temporary files

Steps:

  1. Free up the browser cache memory, by opening that web browser(e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox,etc), and press CTRL+H.
  2. Click on the Clear History button.
  3. Go to Run and type :             temp          The Temp folder window present in C: Drive will appear.
  4. Select all files and folders in temp  by pressing CTRL+A then press delete.
  5.  Go to Run and type :          prefetch           The Prefetch folder window present in C: Drive will appear.
  6. Select all files and folders in temp  by pressing CTRL+A then press delete.

6)     Defragment Disk:

Steps:

  1. For win 7,8:            Go to  Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Defragment & Optimize Drives         
  2. For Win XP:            Go to Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Disk Defragmenter
  3. In the Disk Defragmenter window , Select the Drive and click the “Analyse” button to check whether that drive needs to be defragmented or not, then click “Defragment”.
  4. Repeat Step 2 for all other drives and restart the Computer.

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7)           Some Simple steps to maintain System Performance

  1. Turn Off Auto play for all external storage devices.
  2. Don’t place more icons on desktop.
  3. Don’t Pin more folders to taskbar.
  4. Keep 50% free space in C: Drive.
  5. Empty Recycle Bin.
  6. Turnoff system restore features.
  7. Use low resolution wallpapers on Desktop.
  8. Disable Screensaver.
  9. Disable Automatic updates.

Source: Computer Tips

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