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Saturday, 15 February 2014

20 Method Speed Up Windows 7

1. Use a Solid State Drive
(SSD)
Installing Windows 7 onto a solid
state hard drive (SSD) instead of a
normal SATA or IDE hard drive will
dramatically increase your
computer's performance.
2. Install the Latest BIOS
and Device Drivers
Make sure that you have the latest
available drivers installed for all of
your devices and BIOS version for
your motherboard. Check at the
device's website for them. Be sure
to have the correct versions for
your 32 bit or 64 bit Windows 7. If
you do not have Windows 7 drivers
available, then you can often times
use Vista drivers instead with
sometimes having to use
Compatibility Mode on the driver
installation file with Vista selected.
3. Install More RAM
The more you have the better your
performance can be up to a point.
Usually 3 GB (32-bit) or 4 GB (64-
bit) will be the most that you will
need though unless you do
memory intensive actions such as
video editing.
4. Turn Transparency Off
The glass transparency effect uses
the most resources from the Aero
feature. You can disable it without
disabling Aero.
5. Turn Off Unneeded
Visual Effects
Uncheck the visual effect options
that you do not want or need, or
select the Adjust for best
performance option, to increase
the speed. You can optimize
performance by changing how
menus and windows appear. The
most common visual effects to
uncheck are:
* Animate windows when
minimizing and maximizing
* Animations in the taskbar and
Start Menu
* Enable transparent glass
* Fade or slide menus into view
* Fade or slide ToolTips into view
* Fade out menu items after
clicking
* Show shadows under windows
* Slide open combo boxes
6. Enable Write Caching
for Storage Devices
This option is usually the best
choice for storage devices that
must provide the highest possible
performance and that you intend
to not remove from the system
frequently, such as internal hard
disk drives.
7. Disable or Remove
Unwanted or Unneeded
Startup Programs
Double check through your startup
programs and disable or remove
the ones you do not want to have
start when Windows 7 starts. It is
a good idea to check these every
once in awhile to help make sure
that some unknown program or
malware has not placed itself to
startup with Windows 7.
8. Disable Unused
Services
Services use processes that run in
the background using part of your
computer's resources. Check
through your services with the help
of the guide provided in this link,
and disable the services that you
do not use or need.
9. Turn Off Unneeded
Windows Features
Windows 7 includes many features.
You can review the list of features
and turn off the ones that you do
not want or need.
10. Turn Off Disk
Defragmenter Schedule
By default Disk Defragmenter is
scheduled to run in the
background automatically every so
often in Windows 7. Having this
running in the background can
cause a slight slow down and extra
hard drive activity. You should
either set the schedule to run at a
time when you are not using the
computer while it is on, or turn it
off and run Disk Defragmenter
manually when it is convenient for
you instead.

11. Defragment Your Hard
Disk
Fragmentation makes your hard
disk do extra work that can slow
down your computer. This will
show you how to open and use
Disk Defragmenter to manually
analyze and defragment your disks
and drives in Windows 7.
12. Disable Hibernate
If you do not use hibernate, then
disabling it will save you a GB size
file from being saved on your hard
drive when you put the computer
into hibernation mode.
13. Turn Off System
Protection
If hard drive space is at a high
premium for you, then turning
System Restore off will save you a
good bit of hard drive space. When
disabled it will also not run in the
background anymore while it
creates restore points. However,
disabling System Restore will mean
that there will be no restore points
available to go back to in the event
of a problem with your Windows 7
system files. You will need to
create backups or system images if
you disable System Restore instead
incase you need to reinstall.
14. Speed Up the Menu
Show Time
This will allow you to reduce the
amount of time it takes for a menu
in Windows 7 to pop, fade, or slide
open when you run the mouse
pointer over it.
15. Enable High
Performance in the Power
Plan
This power plan maximizes system
performance and responsiveness.
However, if you use a mobile PC
running on battery power, then
you will notice that your battery
doesn't last as long when using
this plan.
16. Speed Up Mouse
Hover Time
This will show you how to change
the delay time, in milliseconds,
that the mouse pointer has to stay
hovered on a item before it is
selected or opens a pop-up in
Windows 7.
17. Reduce Time to
Display Operating
Systems at Boot
This will show you how to change
the amount of time to display a
list of operating systems in the
Windows Boot Manager screen at
boot and wait for you to select a
OS to start before the default OS
starts automatically. If you do not
dual boot with another operating
sytem on your computer, then you
can uncheck, or reduce the time as
low as it will go, to save on how
long it takes to boot your
computer.
18. Add or Remove
Gadgets
Gadgets can be handy to offer
information at a glance and
provide easy access to frequently
used tools from your dekstop.
However, since each gadget added
will take up some of your system
resources. You can see how much
memory is being used by the
gadgets in Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift
+Esc) under the Processes tab with
the sidebar.exe process.
19. Run Disk Cleanup
Running Disk Cleanup every so
often will help find and remove
unnecessary files on your hard disk
to free up disk space and help your
computer run faster.
20. Speed Up Shut Down
Time
This will allow you how to set the
Wait to Kill time Windows 7 waits
for programs to save data and close
before shutting down.

FIDA HUSSAIN

I am Fida Hussain,a computer student from Pakistan. Right from the day one I was introduced to computers,I had a passion for Hacking and Information security. So,I started this blog in 2012 to share my views and ideas with the world.

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