Optimize your Windows 7

Windows 7 by default is a fast OS because it requires a Ram memory of at least 2GB for it to be installed. As you install programs and accumulate files, your computer’s performance will slow down. This normally will get anyone worried. This post is going to guild you on how you can make some system tweaks to eliminate resource-hogging programs and features that has lead to your system slowing down.

If you search the internet for a solution to this problem, you will definitely find so many advises promising to make your system fast again but most of them are simply older OS optimization guilds which may not actually work very well with Windows 7. I am not saying that the tips I am going to offer you here will turn your super slow PC into a fast machine, but it will definitely squeeze some extra speed and space out of your Windows 7.

Follow the following tips below and enhance the speed of your PC today.

Windows 7 Drivers Upgrade:
Upgrade your Windows 7 drivers to the latest drivers as this may help to maximize your PC’s performance.  You can read “How to update Windows 7 drivers”  to learn how you can update your drivers and enhance your PC’s performance.

Uninstall Unnecessary Programs:
Quite a number of pre-installed programs that come with Windows 7 provide no actual utility but drains your system resources thereby making it slow. You can improve Windows 7 by uninstalling some of those programs.  CCleaner  is a good resource for such purpose.

Clean Up Temporary files:
The presence of Temporary files in your system will surely slow down your PC. Removing the temporary files will help your PC in performing better. There are quite a good number of ways you can remove this but I prefer using the Disk Cleanup utility that comes with Windows 7 or use the CCleaner.

Add RAM to your PC:
As I said earlier Windows 7 requires at least 2GB of RAM to perform better,  upgrading your Windows 7 Ram to 4GB will provide your PC with extra memory.

Disable Startup Programs:
When you put on your Computer, there are some programs that start up with Windows. This takes up a lot of memories, disabling them will help your PC boot easily and consume less memory.  Use CCleaner to disable such programs.

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