How To Speed Up Your Windows 10 Performance (Best Settings)

STEP 1: POWER OPTIONS
STEP 2: DISABLE UNWANTED STARTUP PROGRAMS
STEP 3: DEFRAGMENT AND OPTIMIZE DRIVES
STEP 4: DELETE UNNECESSARY TEMPORARY FILES
STEP 5: CLEAN UP MEMORY
STEP 6: REDUCE RUN TIME SERVICE
STEP 7: REGISTRY TWEAKS

STEP 1: POWER OPTIONS:

Power and sleep settings:

"Go to the search menu by clicking magnifying glass in the down left cornor of your screen."

"In the "Power and sleep settings" box you click on "Additional power settings"."

"In the box that pops up you click on "High performance" and close the box."

STEP 2: DISABLE UNWANTED STARTUP PROGRAMS:

Taskmanager:

"First you need to go to Taskmanager, there are many ways to get to the Taskmanager but the easiest way is to right click on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen then a list pops up and you choose "Taskmanager"."

"In Taskmanager you click on "Startup" and you will see all the programs that starts automatically when your Windows system starts."


"When you install a program in Windows it might add a startup file that runs the program automatically when Windows starts."
"Windows takes longer to start if you have a lot of programs that start automatically and they will slow down your computers performance."
"If there are programs on the list that you don't use very often or don't use at all then you can close them down by right clicking on the program and choose "Disabled", you can enable the program again by right clicking the program and choose "Enable"."

STEP 3: DEFRAGMENT AND OPTIMIZE DRIVES:

Defragment and Optimize Drives:

"Go to the start menu by clicking on the Windows logo in the down left cornor of your screen or on your keyboard."
"Click in the search menu and type "def" press enter and on the list you click on "Defragment and Optimize Drives"."
"A box now appears where you see a list of your drives, click on a drive and then click on "Analyze"."
"When it's done analyzing you click on the drive and click "Optimize", you don't have to analyze your drive to optimize your drive."
"When it's done Optimizing you can click "Close"."

STEP 4: DELETE UNNECESSARY TEMPORARY FILES:

Temporary Files:

"Right click on the Windows logo in the down left cornor and choose "Run"."
"A box with a text field pops up, in the text field you write "%temp%" and click on "OK"."
"Now you see a folder containing your some of temporary files, select all the files and delete them by right clicking on the selected files and choose "Delete" and close the folder."

"Once again you click on the Windows logo in the down left cornor and choose "Run"."
"This time you write "temp" and click on "OK"."
"A folder containing more temporary files pops up and so does a small box, click on "Continue" in the small box to get access to your temporary files."
"Select all files and right click on them and choose "delete" and close the folder."

"Click again on the Windows logo in the down left cornor and choose "Run"."
"This time you write "prefetch" and click on "OK"."
"Click on "Continue" in the small box."
"Select all files and right click on them and choose "Delete" and close the folder."

STEP 5: CLEAN UP MEMORY

Disk Cleanup:

"Click on the "File Explore" icon in your taskbar at the bottom of the screen."
"If you can't see a list of your drives then click on "This PC" in the menu to the left."
"Right click on your system drive (usually your "Local Disk (C:)") drive and choose "Properties"."
"In the "General" tab you click on "Disk Cleanup" and it will scan the files on your drive and when it's finished you will see a list of files that you can delete, just click on "OK" and the program starts cleaning your drive for unnecessary files."

STEP 6: REDUCE RUN TIME SERVICE

System Configuration:

"Right click on the Windows logo in the down left cornor and choose "Run"."
"Write "msconfig" and click on "OK"."
"A System Configuration box appears."
"Click on the "Services" tab. and in the left botton cornor of the box you click on "Hide all Microsoft services", make sure that it's checked."

STEP 7: REGISTRY TWEAKS:

Registry Editor:

"Right click on the Windows logo in the down left cornor and choose "Run"."
"Write "regedit" and click on "OK"."
"A Registry Editor box appears."
"Click on "HKEY_CURRENT_USER" folder, then you click on "Control Panel" folder and then click on the "Mouse" folder."
"In the "Mouse" folder you doubble click on the "MouseHoverTime" file and set the Value data to 10 and then click on "OK"."

"In the menu to the left while still in the "Control Panel" folder you now click on the "Desktop" folder"."
"Scroll down and doubble click on "MenuShowDelay" and change the Value data to 10 and click "OK"."
"Now restart your computer."

 

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