How to Speed Up My Computer Running Windows 7, 8, or 10

How to Speed Up my Computer Running Windows 7, 8, or 10

How to Speed Up My Computer?



All Windows Computers slow down over time - this is just a fact of life, but that does not mean that you have to be with it. As a complete computer industry According to your belief, in order to keep your requests fast and responsive to your computer, you do not need to upgrade your hardware every few months, just to clean it once in a while is required.

The top ten things you can do now to Speed up your Computer:

1). Remove unused applications
2). Stop unnecessary programs by running on startup
3). Defragment your hard drive
4). Run the hard drive cleaning utility
5). Download and run a registry cleanup tool
6). Delete Temporary Internet Files
7). Run a Spyware Removal Tool Regularly
8). Close any non-essential services
9). Close Fancy Animation
10). Change the number of colors in your display

Today there are countless software programs available on the Internet that will display most of these tasks for you, but they usually come with a price tag. 

These tasks can be completely done for free; It just takes a little more effort.

We are going to go through one of these paragraphs to ensure that your computer is running its full potential, step-by-step of the article. 

The key to running your computer smoothly and quickly is that you do these tasks on your computer regularly.


It is highly recommended that you make a backup of your computer before taking any of these steps. This will help to ensure that if you make a mistake, you can go back to the previous working version of your system. 

The easiest way to do this is to make a system restore point. For instructions on doing this, press F1 on your computer and search for "Create Restore Point".

Remove Unused Apps

This one item will probably promptly remove your half problems. 

Think about it, do you really need the video game that your children had installed two years ago? Removing the programs you use will free up space on your hard drive, which will give more space to your computer to work.

Here are the steps:

1) Click Start, click on "Control Panel" in the Start menu.

2) Double-click "Add or Remove Programs" in the window that opens.

3) A new window will open, listing all the programs you have installed.
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4) Scroll through the list of programs, find anything that you do not recognize or which you have not used in a while and it is not needed.

5) Click the name of the program that you want to remove; This will show more detail about the extension and application.

6) On the right side of the highlighted app, there is a button called "Remove", click it.

7) You will be asked to confirm that you want to remove the selected application. Click the 'OK' or 'Yes' button.

8) Each application is different so you can be presented with an uninstall wizard. If this happens then follow the instructions of the wizard and you should be in a short time.

9) Once the application has been deleted, you may be asked to restart your computer. - Click NO 'or' Restart Later '- unless you come down to the applications that you use on a regular basis, you want to uninstall the program.

10) You should be presented with a list of pre-installed applications, but with the application, you previously deleted it with the selected list. Now you can repeat Step 4 through 9 until you remove all those applications you no longer need.

As a general rule, try to leave anything reading "Microsoft" or "Windows". There are several utilities in this list that Windows needs to work properly, 

so it is Unless you do not know to make sure that you can safely remove them from your computer, leave it alone. 

When in doubt, contact a specialist, we can help you run your computer from the comfort of your home and run it quickly.

Close Unnecessary Programs By Running on Startup

One of the biggest problems is that most users do not realize they have it when they start their computer, they are running a lot of programs. 

This is not their fault, sometimes the tools they use regularly will add programs to the startup sequence without ever asking the user. 

These programs stack up and eventually start crawling the computer, barely able to do the tasks. Fortunately, there is a simple way to fix this:

1) Click Start, then Run.

2) On the window that opens, type "msconfig" without quotes, click OK.

3) System configuration utility will open, click on the 'Startup' tab at the top - do not change anything on any other tab.

4) On the Startup tab, you will find a list of applications that run on the checkup at the startup along with the left-hand side

5) Do not start investigating the United Nations in this list. There are programs in the list that require Windows to run correctly, such as Explorer

6) There is a place for "startup", which defines the user's startup folder, you can uncheck it. You can delete anything with a name that you recognize as a program that was previously uninstalled or something that does not need you to run when your computer starts up.

7) When you are unchecking the programs you do not want to run on startup, click OK. You may be asked to restart your computer - select 'No' or 'Restart' later.

Please note that if you made any changes to the startup configuration, you will be notified of these changes when you finally restart your computer.


At this point, you should return most of your speed, but we are not staying here. We are going to bring back the performance of your computer, when you brought it home the first time, continue it

Defragment Your Hard Drive

This is one of those things which most people do not think about or do not even know about doing their computer. As time passes, you start filling up the hard drive. 

After a while, your computer tries to make the best use of the location, which is available by breaking your files into small pieces and pressing them next to other files that do not fill all their available space. 

After a while, your computer has to go through many different parts of your hard drive to open only one file. It is called fragmentation, and it can actually slow down your system.

Fortunately, there is a solution - Windows Disk Defragmenter Tool. 

This tool scans the hard drives that are looking for files that are separated and try to place pieces on the hard drive next to each other. 

It can take a lot of time to run, so this is something you usually do during your lunch break or run it at night.

1) Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, then click Disk Defragmenter.

2) You will see a window listing of all hard drives on your system, but usually, you will only see one.

3) Make sure your primary hard drive (where Windows is installed) is selected and click on the 'defragment' button.

4) Take away a nap, grab something to eat, come back in a few hours.

5) When the process is completed, you will see two displays on your screen - before defragmentation and after defragmentation. Continuous files will be marked in blue, fragmented files in red. Hopefully, there's a lot of blue on your screen.

Not all files can be defragmented - some system files will always be locked, so they can not be changed. 

The only way to defragment a primary hard drive is to Remove it from the computer and defragment it from another computer.

Run Hard Drive Cleaning Utility

The hard drive cleaning utility is one of these devices that takes some time to run. In general, it checks to make sure that your hard drive is healthy and can repair any of the bad blocks it finds. It tries to remove any unnecessary files from your drive - old drivers, temporary internet files, and files you use in no time.

1) Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, then Disk Cleanup.

2) You will be asked to choose which drive you want to clean, select your primary drive and click OK.

3) Now you will see a progress bar on your screen - the device is trying to determine how much space it can empty from your hard drive. After a few minutes, it will provide you with a list of the types of files that you will be able to remove from your computer, and how much space can be obtained by removing them.

4) Choose what files you want to remove - but be careful, you may actually need something. Your best bet is usually anything that has the word "temporary files".

5) When you're ready to delete the selected files, click on 'OK'

6) Once again, move away and let the system run. With this device, it is recommended that you let it run overnight.

Download and Run Registry Cleanup Tool

A registry cleanup tool is a program that searches for errors and fixes errors through your registry (a fancy name for a configuration file). 

There are many great people in the market who provide you a test, but some of them require you to buy the full package before getting the full functionality. 

We have not found any free tools that do a good job cleaning your registry, but there are some full-featured tests that will work well for the first time, which you usually need.

The registry cleaner that we recommend is again with Ace Utilities: This is called Registry Tuneup. At the time of this writing, the trial version lasts for approximately 30 days, maybe you have changed it while reading it. 

Not only this, it actually clears the registry for you, it will tell you why every registry entry that removes it does not need it. Many features are available for advanced users, but you will not usually need them.

When you run Registry Tuneup for the first time, you will be asked to create a System Restore Point - it is highly recommended. 

Generally, creating a restore point is always a good idea because if something goes wrong, you can always go back to a configuration that works - a great thing.


You will also be asked if you want to walk in specialist mode - fall Click Finish, and you will be presented with the main registry tuneup window. From here,

Follow these steps:

1) Click on the scan - you will see a registry tuneup running in the background
The little window is asking you to wait.

2) When the application is finished, you will be presented with a dialog that will ask you to remove all the bad entries which got the device. Click 'Remove'

3) There is no step three - you have done!

Delete Temporary Internet Files

As soon as you browse the internet, you download pictures, music, videos and web pages. 

How slow the image will be if you go to a web page every time you need to download those files - this will be almost unusable. 

To prevent this from occurring, you store some computers, if not all, locally on these files on your hard drive, where they can access them quickly if needed. 

So many times your computer will get rid of these temporary files, to ensure that you are viewing the most up-to-date version of the web page you are viewing. 

This is a process called caching, and it is a friend of internet users.

However, even your closest friends can bring unexpected guests to your party. 

If you visit a web page only once and never return, cached files on your system will never be removed because the browser you used did not need to be refreshed at any time. These files can prepare to slow down your computer over time.


Most of these files have been deleted when you use the Disk Cleanup Tool as mentioned above, but if you use a web browser other than Internet Explorer (Firefox, for example) Will need to manually remove We've included instructions for deleting these files in both Internet Explorer and Firefox:

Internet Explorer:

1) Click on the 'Tools' menu, then 'Internet Options'

2) On the first tab that opens, you will see a section called 'Browsing History'. In this part, there is a button called 'Delete', click it.

3) A new window will list different types of files that track the browser. You can delete Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History without much worry. We generally do not recommend that you remove from data or passwords because they are usually very useful for the population for you.

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