Who would like a computer that is slow? No one does. It's not fun opening an app or document only to sit and waits to open, would you? It's not like watching a film there’s no popcorn. Your computer has to be quickly! There are ways to achieve this. To ensure that your computer is operating at its maximum speed you must maintain it in a proper manner. Here are three methods to boost your computer's speed. www.webroot.com/secure
Malware and Spyware
Spyware removes all your personal data off your computer, and you don't be aware of it. If your computer is infected with spyware, it's time to find an anti-virus solution and get rid of it. Examining for Spyware and malware on your computer must be performed regularly on your PC. Both spyware and malware can be dangerous for your computer, and can cause your computer to run extremely slow since these programs will run on the background. Be sure you're using an antivirus program that is reliable on your PC and ensure your virus-specific definitions for the software are regularly updated.
If your Disk gets full the computer requires longer than normal to get it to respond. Clearing out the disk space will help your computer run faster. There's an Microsoft tool you could make use of, called Dish Cleanup. It removes temporary files, empty the recycle bin of your PC, erases error messages, and can also delete any unneeded Restore points from your system. By removing the space that is left on your computer, this program will make your computer faster. You can also remove unwanted software that you have installed on your PC using this tool!
Another fantastic Microsoft tool you must use. Disk Fragmentation is a procedure that consolidates fragmented data on your hard disk. When an image is saved to hard disk, it's split into pieces and bits, and saved in various places in your disk. When you open the file once more the computer scans for all the bits and pieces that are located in various places which then open the file. Through Disk Fragmentation these pieces and bits are combined so that your computer spends less time in searching for these pieces. This tool is essential to help your computer respond quicker. www.webroot.com/safe
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How to Increase Computer Speed
1) Use Microsoft Fix It
Microsoft Fix It is a free tool from Microsoft that will help users of Windows 7 or earlier to clean up and perform many simple maintenance problems.
2) Reduce Items that Run on Startup
If your computer takes a long time to start up, the first thing you want to do is see everything it starts when you hit the power button.
To do this, click on the Windows button, click “run,” and then type “msconfig” into the box. Click on the “Startup” tab. Some things you want to leave alone. For example, your Antivirus. Others, such as Adobe Acrobat or Google Toolbar Notifier, you don’t need to startup with your computer.
3) Remove Programs No Longer In Use
Along with preventing every app on your computer from starting with Windows, you should also review which programs you no longer need and remove them.
Access the uninstaller tool from your control panel and use that to uninstall programs you don’t use. I regularly do this, of course, as a software reviewer.
4) Clean Your Drive
Clean up your drives by typing “cleanmgr.exe” into the run menu to access Disk Cleanup. This is that “search programs and files” box that shows when you hit the Windows Start icon, usually in the lower left of most screens (although you can move it to any part of the screen).
5) Consider Switching From Internet Explorer to Chrome
If you are using Internet Explorer (IE) as your Web browser, it is time to upgrade. Make the Google Chrome download the last thing you do on it.
Chrome is faster and has fewer bugs than IE 11. (Sorry, IE users.)
6) Clean Your Browser
Regardless of your browser, you should clean it out regularly. To clean Chrome, click the three bars icon in the upper right corner, then click “Tools,” then “Clean Browsing Data,” and then check the history boxes, cookies and cached items.
Or, download CCleaner which does a great job on the five top browsers, registries and Windows, overall.
7) Scan For And Remove Malware
Anything that starts with “mal” must be stopped. You should regularly scan your system to get rid of any malware that may be slowing your computer down.
Comodo Cleaning Essentials is a top rated free tool that does this. Avast also has free tools, as does Norton.
8) Scan For And Remove Viruses and Spyware
In addition to performing regular scans on your computer for malware, you should also regularly scan for viruses and spyware.
Access your antivirus and manually perform a scan. You can schedule these weekly. Just make sure you do so when you won’t be using the computer. Also, having more than one antivirus on your computer will slow it down, so unless you are wanting to be incredibly thorough, and perhaps a bit redundant, it is better to run only one.
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