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PC Optimization

Windows Optimization for better performance: Part 3

You might have already followed the steps in Optimize Windows for better performance: Part 1 and Part 2. In this part of PC optimization tutorial, you will see what other things you can do beside the ones that are already discussed in Part 1 and part 2. They include performance troubleshooter, uninstalling programs, limiting startup programs, defragging and cleaning up hard disk, and avoiding too many programs running at the …Read More

Optimize Windows for better performance: Part 2

In the blog “Optimize Windows for better performance: Part 1”, we discussed few actions you can take on your operating system for better speed and performance of your PC. In this blog, There are few more things you can do that will optimize Windows for better performance and are going to heal your computer’s slowing down. Note: This blog primarily deals with optimization in windows 7; however, it applies to …Read More

Optimize Windows for better performance: Part 1

If your computer has slowed down and its performance has deteriorated, read different steps to optimize Windows for better performance that you can take yourself before deciding to reinstall windows, change hardware, increase RAM, or sell your computer or laptop. Note: This blog primarily deals with optimization in windows 7; however, it applies to all versions of windows. The program-accessing steps might somewhat be different but the actions performed to …Read More

Low virtual memory: What is it and How to fix?

You may have received an error message while working on any of Microsoft office programs like “Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase the size of your virtual memory paging file. For more information, see Help.” This is a result of low virtual memory problem. What is low virtual memory? Virtual memory, stored on your hard disk as page file or swap file …Read More

Slow Windows Startup: Why is it and How to Fix?

You switched your computer on and then waited so long to begin operating it. You must have experienced programs taking time to load in memory, getting frequent system error messages, and getting your computer literally stuck while starting. If these are the symptoms, then problem is slow windows startup. First you must understand that a slow computer startup process and computer’s overall slow functioning are two different things. You may …Read More

Junk Files: What are they and how to delete?

Ask any computer expert and he will recommend you to have benign yet useless junk files to be deleted. Overtime your computer stores unnecessary files on its storage space that might not affect your computer system performance-wise much; however, it does take a lot of space as it keeps piling up. It’s always good to clean your computer from junk files so that the quality of your experience may not …Read More

How to defrag your PC using disk defragmenter?

Now that we understand that it is recommended for windows XP to perform manual defragging using its in-built disk defragmenter, we must also see how to defrag your computer. Make sure you close all programs before defragging your machine. You must not be using your computer at all while defragging. So, attempt to defrag your computer when it is idle. How to open disk defragmenter? There are different ways to …Read More

Defrag your computer: Is it really needed?

Sometimes, when you notice your files take longer than expected to open and your computer slows down, you tend to do weird things like deleting files and programs or calling a computer technician. But you can actually fix the problem yourself. All you need to do is to defrag your computer. What is defragging? Defrag, a short for defragment, is required maintenance by your hard drives. When the data is …Read More