Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Speed Up 7 in 4 Steps

7, supposedly the faster of the operating systems from , shows gradual signs of slowing down when continually used over a long stretch.

Before installing this operating system on your computer
, you should make sure that your computer meets the following basic requirements:

* Processor: 1 Ghz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
* RAM: 1 GB (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
* Available Hard Space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
* Graphics Device: DirectX 9 with WDDM 1.0 or a higher driver

If your computer meets the aforementioned requirements then you can go ahd and install 7 on your computer.

* Shutting-it-down:The proper system configuration is a necessity for the speedy functioning of the system, but again it is not the only factor effecting the computer’s performance. The system tends to slow down even if used over a prolonged period of time. As such, you should make sure that you give your computer a bit of “rest” at lst once every week and completely shut it down.
* Periodically delete the temporary files from your PC: This helps the appliions to run faster on your system. For this type %Temp% in the run dialog box and press “OK”. A new folder will open up with the name “Temp” on the top menu bar. Here click Edit–>Select All and then File–>Delete.
* Perform a scan: This test checks if your drive is in a hlthy condition and also helps your computer run faster.
* Defragment the drives:Even though 7 is said to be the smarter and more efficient OS, it still suffers from fragmentation when involving alloion of free space to files on a magnetic . Consequently, more time is spent when inputting/outputting the files when the is highly fragmented. Thus, a regular defragmentation is necessary.To defragment the goto Start–>All Programs–>Accessories–>System Tools–> Defragmenter. Here, you can select the volume to be defragmented and the click “Analyze” and then “Defragment” to begin the defragmentation.You can select to defragment the volume one by one or all at once.

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