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Change Paging File Size

Usually the size of the Paging File is set by the system, but the user can also have a say about it. If you set the size of the file yourself, you will avoid the perpetual growth of the file, which occurs when the size is controlled by the system. If the Paging File size continues to increase, it slows down your application and causes fragmentation errors. The Paging File isn’t supposed to have file fragments, Read more »

How to Improve PC Speed

Increase your PC’s Performance in 8 Easy Steps

The following tips for making a PC run faster should be received as ongoing maintenance of high speed of your machine.

Tip #1. Change the Settings of Startup Programs

If you do not allow unimportant startup programs to run when you log onto your computer, the machine will start running faster. Read more »

Slow Internet Explorer ?

Learn how to Accelerate Internet Explorer

If you notice that your Internet connection is slower than usual, it is a sign that your PC’s performance has decreased. The tips on using Internet Explorer presented below will help you to deal with the problem. Read more »

How to Defragment Files

Disk Defragmenter is  Microsoft Windows utility designed to increase access speed by rearranging files stored on a disk to occupy contiguous storage locations, a technique called defragmentation. Defragmenting a disk minimizes head travel, which reduces the time it takes to read files from and write files to the disk. Beginning with Windows XP, Disk Defragmenter also reduces system startup times. Read more »

How to Remove Disk Errors

Your computer can stop performing efficiently if an error on the hard disk occurs and the computer suddenly shuts down. To check for errors and boost the performance of your computer you can always use a registry repair tool. On the other hand, you can run the Window Error-checking utility to find errors and solve the problem. Read the following instructions on how to find and use the tool: Read more »

How to remove Temporary Files

It does not matter which Windows version you have (Windows 7/XP or Windows Vista), you will be able to use the recommendations presented below because they are easy to follow on every version. You can boost your machine’s speed by using tools which come within Windows. The tools that will be discussed are provided for computer users to help them solve slow performance issues and errors related to the registry. Follow the steps presented below to improve the performance of the system and note that before taking corrective actions, you should back up your data. Read more »

Speed Up Computer Using Task Manager 2

1. Create a Memory Dump File for Non-Responsive Programs

The reason of a program’s non-responsiveness to the operating system can be easily found if the Windows Debugging Tool. Open your Task Manager and select the Processes tab. Find and right-click the desirable process and select Create Dump File. Soon, you will be provided with the name and location of the file. Read more »

Speed Up Computer Using Task Manager

How Task Manager Can Make Your PC Run Faster

The Windows Task Manager can be a remedy for your computer, because it can rebuild your PC’s performance and increase its speed. If you learn more about this tool, you can effectively apply it to solve your computer’s problems, especially if your operation system is Windows Vista or Windows 7. Task Manager will assist in monitoring and boosting performance of the system. Read more »

Change Task Manager Priorities

Change Task Manager Priorities

How to adjust priorities with Task Manager

Computers these days are able to perform multiple tasks at the same time, but even so the applications still have to “fight” over the available time slot on the CPU. There are a few ways to determine which application gets a priority over the other. In Windows 7 each application has a priority level which determines the time slot. By default your applications will be set to normal priority level, but you can change it and as a result it affects how fast the program runs. Read more »

Change Startup Programs

Change Startup Programs

How to customize auto-start for other users

If there are a few user accounts on your computer, each of them has different startup settings. As a result some programs start automatically for one user while for another they don’t. You can change these settings by launching Registry Editor. The start-up programs for different users are stored up either under the user’s registry location or in the local machine hive. Take note, that if you remove entries from the Local machine directory, they will disappear from all the accounts. Read more »