Over time, lots of PC users will be troubled by slow computer performance no matter how fast it used to. If that is the case for you, please be patient to read through this article for tips on how to optimize PC for better performance.
First of all, we know that every computer will become slow as the increasing programs, files on the computer. These will take up valuable disk space, memory and system resources when booting up the computer. So to optimize PC to better performance, please go to uninstall the unused programs from your computer including both manufacturer-installed software and software you installed yourself from Add/Remove Programs, and then go to use Disk Cleanup utility to remove system junk files from your computer. With the removal of the useless stuffs, you will see an optimization in your PC performance.
Secondly, to solve slow computer performance, please limit the startup programs to a minimum. Lots of programs are designed to automatically load with system. This helps reduce inconvenience to load the programs that you exactly want to run at Windows startup such as anti-virus program, but for programs that you do not need, this will waste valuable memory and slow down computer performance. To optimize computer performance, please use “msconfig” to eliminate the programs that do not need to load with windows.
Thirdly, in order to get better PC performance, a disk defragmentation is needed. Lower file-accessing will also result in slow PC performance, for example, if the computer has to spend too much time in searching /reaching a specific file, it will run sluggishly. So to optimize computer performance, do not belittle the powerful function of a defragment process. Just go to Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools and run Disk Defragmenter to rearrange files on the hard disk. With the compact files on the computer, better performance will not be a dream any more.
Fourthly, repair registry errors to get better performance. This is always the main cause for slow PC performance because registry errors such as invalid application paths will make the system can not quickly access to what it needs. Seriously, it will results in frequent system freezing-up and system crashes. So to maintain or optimize PC performance, do remember to run a registry cleaner to fix registry errors.
Except the tips above, you can try not open too many programs and add more RAM, upgrade your graphic card and so on to better optimize computer performance.