How to optimize Windows 10? One of the many options or alternatives that Windows 10 offers you is to optimize the performance of your computer, which will lead you to obtain an increase in speed in a very visible way. There are several ways to perform this configuration. Next, you will be shown some alternatives to do it.
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Disabling certain programs
One of the alternatives to accelerate this operating system is disabling autostart programs, These start every time the computer is turned on. In general, these programs are the ones that are used daily, but from time to time other programs slip into this alternative, which run in the background, but in the same way cause slowness in the PC.
Enter the task manager, press Ctrl + Shift + Esc.
Click on the option startup applications.
Select the programs you want to be start automatically and disable the ones you don't want to start automatically.
Perform hard drive defragmentation
When the defragmentation of hard drive, the organization of the files is done properly, this will allow the operating system to run faster, it will also help to extend the life of the hard disk.
Enter the browser Windows, click on the alternative called this computer.
With the right button press on the hard drive that you want to rearrange.
Then press on the alternative properties, those found in the context menu.
Once the dialog box is displayed, click on the tools option, click on optimize.
This will display a new dialog window of optimize units, click on the hard drive again this time with the left button, click on the option to optimize.
Disable virtual memory
Another way to optimize the speed of the computer is by performing the disabling virtual memory, this comes into operation once the fiscal memory is up to the top, that is, it is completely full. Now, if the computer does not have an SSD, the use of this type of memory will negatively affect the performance of the operating system.
In the search alternative of the taskbar, you must write the order to see the advanced system settings.
Once the result of this command is given and the system properties dialog window is displayed, select advanced options.
Then press on the configuration option, in the performance section.
When the alternatives are deployed, perform the deactivation of virtual memory. Choices Performance> Change> Virtual Memory.
Confirm the order by pressing accept in the boxes or windows as requested.
Turn off the effects
This version of Windows has a lots of visual effects, which although they are very beautiful and eye-catching, can cause the system to operate more slowly.
On the task bar type the search order: it will adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.
Once the performance options are deployed select visual effects.
Choose to adjust For better performance, you can customize these options if you wish.
Finally, press accept.