Saturday, May 21, 2016

Make Your Computer Fast

* Slow Start Up
There can be a variety of rsons to loading slow during start up. Go to Run, type msconfig and hit enter. Under the ‘Start Up’ tab, uncheck the unwanted programs and press OK. Things should be a bit fine the next time boots.
Another program worth mentioning here is StartUp Delayer which will help in setting after how much time programs should be loaded after boots. For instance, you could set your instant messenger program to load 50 seconds after starts up.
* Slow Loading Start Menu
If the Start Menu items are loading slowly, you can open the Registry Editor by typing in the Run menu ‘regedit.exe’ and pressing Enter. Go to H_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop. Look for MenuShowDelay, and double click to edit the value. The lower the specified, the faster the Start Menu will load.
* Slow Right Click Context Menu
Probably the Right Click menu on your computer is loading slow because too many programs added unwanted entries there. Just download this program called Mmm, install it and then modify your context menu to remove unwanted items to speed it up.
* 'Send To' Menu Slow Send To Menu
If the Send To menu loads slowly, you can type ’sendto’ in the Run Dialog, and remove unwanted items in the Explorer Window that apprs. This should add some speed to it.
* Slow Defragmentation
The Defragmenter can’t get any slower. You need to have an alternative to the Defragmenter, and Defraggler is just one of the best ones available in the market. It’s free, and works like a charm and can speed up defragmentation manifold.
* Slow loading My Computer Window
my-computer.jpg If the My Computer Window loads slowly, in the Explorer Window, go to Tools >> Folder Options >> View and uncheck ‘Automatically srch for network folders and printers”
* Slow loading Add or Remove Programs t
This is one of the most annoying piece of programs present in , it takes ages to load if you have a considerable of programs installed on your computer. You can either use the all-in-one CClner for this purpose, or get MyUninstaller that comes as a speedy replacement for Add or Remove Programs.
* Slow Ending of Unresponsive Programs
If you’ve clicked on ‘End Task’ if any program is running unresponsive, you might have noticed that the program is not terminated immediately. You can alter this by going to Run >> regedit.exe >> H_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\ and change this value to 1000.
* Disable Animations and Apprance Overhauls to maximize performance
If you’re a serious performance junkie, you probably won’t bother about eyecandy. Go to System Properties in the Control Panel. Click ‘Advanced’, then ‘Performance’ and click ‘Adjust for best performance’. This might boost your PC’s performance up a bit.
* Additional Tips:

- Always keep your computer cln. Remove Junk and Unnecessary registry entries. Use CClner for this purpose, one excellent tool that just does what it says.
- Don’t keep installing software. Install a program only if it rlly serves you a purpose.
- Keep as less programs as possible running on the System Tray. This essentially mns reducing the of programs that start during start up.

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