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How to speed up you Computer in One Step كيف تسرع جهازك في خطوة واحدة

How to speed up you Computer in One Step كيف تسرع جهازك في خطوة واحدة ----

---- Few more helpful steps: Speed up your PC Are you sure that you're getting the very best performance out of your PC? Whether you're running Windows Vista or Windows 7, try these tips to give your PC a little extra zip. Limit how many programs run at startup There are a lot of programs that load automatically when you boot up your PC—which can really hamper performance. To manage these programs like a pro, learn how to get a comprehensive view of what's running: Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, type System Configuration in the search box, and then click System Configuration in the list of results. The System Configuration dialog box The System Configuration dialog box Click the Startup tab. The programs set to run at startup are indicated with a check mark. You can clear the check boxes for any nonessential programs to disable them, but make sure you only disable programs you're familiar with. When in doubt, don't clear the check box. Delete, delete, delete A clean machine is a fast machine. That means your best option is to uninstall all the programs you don't use. Delete things like trial software, limited-edition versions, and anything else you're never going to use. Antivirus software? Just testing. You always want your security program, but make sure you're only running a single, up-to-date program. To uninstall software: Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then click Control Panel. Under Programs, click Uninstall a program. (If you don't see this page, change the View by option in the upper-right corner to Category.) Uninstalling a program in Control Panel Uninstalling a program in Control Panel Click the program you want to delete, and then click Uninstall. Run fewer programs at the same time If your PC bogs down while you're working, check to see how many programs you have running. All programs take up system memory, which can have a huge impact on performance. In some cases, having multiple instances of a program (such as several open email messages) or multiple versions of a program type (more than one antivirus program) can use up memory. Respond to and close your messages right away and keep open only the programs that are necessary for the work you're currently doing—and you'll see a boost in speed. Troubleshoot If your PC was whizzing along merrily and then suddenly started lagging, run a virus scan. Clean bill of health? Try a troubleshooter: Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then click Control Panel. In the search box, type Troubleshooting, and then click Troubleshooting in the list of results. Under Systems and Security, click Check for performance issues. Troubleshooting in Windows 7 Run the Performance troubleshooter by clicking Next in the lower-right corner. Clean your hard drive The more you use your PC, the more programs you use and the more services you're running. Closing a program doesn't always close the service. That's why restarting fixes so many problems; it clears out the memory. You should also make a habit of cleaning your hard disk to remove temporary files, emptying the Recycle Bin, and getting rid of system files you don't need any more: Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, type Disk Cleanup in the search box, and then click Disk Cleanup in the list of results. After the utility runs, you'll see how much disk space you can free up. Click OK, and then click Delete Files. Deleting files with Disk Cleanup Check your hardware Is your PC still slow? Take a look at the Windows Experience Index, a method of rating your PC on five key components. Depending on your particular hardware, you might need a new PC or some hardware upgrades. To see your Windows Experience Index: Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, type Performance Information and Tools in the search box, and then click Performance Information and Tools in the list of results. Click Re-run the assessment in the lower-right corner of the window. So how do you turn on automatic updates? Simple: Go to the Microsoft Update website. If you don't have automatic updates turned on, we'll help you through the process. The Microsoft Update website Adjust visual effects "Pretty is as pretty does,” my grandmother used to say. Maybe she wasn't referring to computers, but the principle still applies. Windows includes some stunning effects, but if you need more speed you can customize the settings you want to use for the appearance of Windows on your computer. Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, type Performance Information and Tools in the search box, and then click Performance Information and Tools in the list of results. Click Adjust visual effects. Here you can decide if you want to let Windows choose what's best for your computer, adjust for best appearance, or adjust for best performance. Adjusting visual effects in Windows 7 by Ashraf El-Madhoun http://ift.tt/1zaa6iQ

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