Easy Tips to Speed up Windows 7 PC
Needless to say that Windows 7 has been designed to exceed performance. Embedded features like Jump Lists, Snap, Windows Taskbar, and Windows Search are to give an experience of generation-next computing. Despite all, it’s stunning to know that people complain of slow computer performance, driver incompatibility, Internet connectivity problem, virus and spyware issue and more. Actually, they are unfamiliar with the rich-source of repair and maintenance tools that have been shipped with the operating system.
Let’s have a glance at Windows 7 computer maintenance and repair tools.
If you are getting security related error, then Action Center is a place to fix it. “Red items” in Action Center are labeled Important, and indicate significant issues for instant diagnostic. Usually, errors prompt on account of an outdated antivirus program that needs updating. “Yellow items” are suggested tasks.
Click “Start”, followed by “Control Panel”, and then, under “System and Security” you get “Action Center”; click “Review your computer's status". It presents entire problem detail under Security or Maintenance section. You can click on the error and let the tool to fix it instantly.
However, if your system is a part of network say in school, office or anywhere else, then accessibility issues may crop up with computer maintenance tools. This happens due to Group Policy settings from administrator ends.
Speed up My PC! This is a buzz on the Internet. Obviously Windows 7 has been designed and engineered to work faster. Let’s pay attention and learn tips and tricks to speed up PC.
Ensure that your machine is compatible to load and run Windows 7.
Change the Power Plan To Maximum Performance in the Control panel.
Disable non-essential features, such as UAC (User account control), Aero, Windows 7 Sidebar, Aero Peek, Windows 7 Password Protection, unwanted system sounds, and disable unwanted Start Up Items, etc. if you are a real performance freak.
Good to know that Microsoft is benevolent to Windows 7 users, it has armed the system software with PC optimization tools. Lets’ see how to execute those and fix slow computer issues:
Use the Disk Cleanup tool to create more space on hard-disk. It removes temporary Internet files, deletes downloaded program files, such as Microsoft ActiveX controls and Java applets, clears Recycle Bin and removes Windows temporary files, such as error reports. It can also clear off optional Windows components and unwanted programs that you no longer use.
Run Disk Defragmenter at regular intervals (weekly is optimal) to keep your programs and files organized on the system hard-disk. Check the integrity of the files running the Error Checking utility. It scans and detects bad sectors for file system errors and provides quick solutions to fix those.
If viruses and spyware are ruining your PC performance, then its time to scan its memory resources running the Microsoft Security Essentials, a free yet effective tool to get rid of those culprits. Make sure to keep Windows Update enabled which brings security patches to fix any software glitch.
Say, thanks to Microsoft. Now, you don’t need a PC repair technician to address frequent computer issue.
Neha - About Author:
The author is a technician at Techvedic technologies, a firm that delivers end to end Computer Maintenance to clients. PC Optimization, Speed up My PC, computer technical support, Slow Computer are few services offered at this one platform along with many others.
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