5 easy ways to speed up Windows 10 on your computer
Guide Is your PC can crawl like syrup? Then it might be worth testing our tips.
1. Prevent programs and services from running in the background
One reason that your Windows computer may seem tough, you have too many programs and services running in the background. Most likely, you have only joy of some, the rest you can benefit off. The main difference is in the boot of your computer, it will launch a large bunch of background processes every time you reboot, you will have to wait a while.
First, start the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl-Shift-Esc, or right-click in the date field in the lower right corner of the screen and select Task Manager from the menu that pops up.
Then click on the small arrow with the text More information bring up all the options. Then select the Startup tab, where you will see namely a list of programs and services that are activated when you start Windows.
You can use Task Manager to get information about the programs and services that are enabled at startup.
To stop an application or service from being activated when the computer starts, right-click the name and select Disable. If you change your mind for any reason, simply select Enable instead. Start column Consistency shows an estimate of how much that particular program affect your computer’s start-up time.
Identification of some programs and services are self-explanatory, while others may be more difficult to figure out what it really involved. Are you unsure about what applies only to select Search online or you do a manual search for the file name.
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