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How to make your computer faster
This tutorial will teach you how to increase your operating system
speed 3 times faster.

this steps should be applied by either slow and fast computers. it
will speed up your operating system surfing.

there are 28 easy steps. it might take a bit long to apply them all
especially if you're not familiar with windows registry, but trust me
it worth it.

Ok now here it carefully... coz i wont accept any
questions about it...

1.. Visual effects should be set to a minimum.
Start > Settings > Control Panel > System > Advanced > Performance
Settings > Visual Effects Tab > Adjust for best performance

2. Switch Off Desktop Background Image
Right Click Desktop > Properties > Desktop Tab > Background None

3. Disable Screen Saver
Right Click Desktop > Properties > Screen Saver > None

5. Disable Fast User Switching
Start > Settings > Control Panel > User Accounts > Change the way
users log on or off > Untick Use Fast User Switching

6. Switch Off Power Schemes
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Power Options > Always On > Turn
off monitor and turn off hard discs to Never

Switch Off Hibernation
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Power Options > Hibernate > Untick

8. Activate DMA on Hard Discs/CD ROMS
Start > Settings > Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager
> IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers > Right Click Primary IDE channel and
Secondary IDE channel > Properties > Advanced Settings Tab > Tra

9. Disable System Sounds
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Sounds
Tab > Sound Scheme to None.

10. Do Not Map Through Soundcard
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Hardware
Tab > (highlight your soundcard from the list) > Properties > Audio
Devices > (highlight your soundcard from the list) > Properti

11. Disable System Restore
Start > Settings > Control Panel> System > System Restore Tab. Tick
the "Turn off System Restore on all Drives"

12. Disable Automatic Updates
Start > Settings > Control Panel> System > Automatic Updates > Turn
off automatic updating. I want to update my computer manually

13. Startup and Recovery Options
Start > Settings > Control Panel> System > Advanced > Startup and
Recovery Settings > Untick Automatically Restart

14. Disable Error Reporting
Start > Settings > Control Panel> System > Advanced > Error Reporting
> Disable Error Reporting

15. Disable Remote Assistance
Start > Settings > Control Panel> System > Remote > Untick Allow
remote assistance invitations to be sent from this computer

16. Fix Swap File (Virtual Memory)
Start > Settings > Control Panel > System > Advanced > Performance
Settings > Advanced > Virtual Memory Change > Custom Size. Set initial
and maximum size to the same value

17. Speed Up Menus
Start > Run > Regedit > HKEY_CURRENT_ USER > Control Panel > Desktop
Folder. Set MenuShowDelay to 1

18. Disable Offline Files
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Folder Options > Offline Files
Untick "Enable Offline Files"

19. Disable Remote Desktop
Start > Settings > Control Panel > System > Remote > Untick "Allow
users to connect remotely to this computer"

20. Disable Internet Synchronise Time
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Date and Time > Internet Time >
Untick "Automatically synchronize with internet time server"

21. Disable Hide Inactive Icons
Start > Settings > Taskbar and Start Menu > Taskbar TAB > Uncheck
"Hide Inactive Icons"

22. Disable Automatic Desktop Cleanup Wizard
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display > Desktop > Customise
Desktop > Untick "Run Desktop Cleanup Wizard every 60 days"

23. Disable NTFS Last Access Time Logging (NTFS File Systems Only)
Start > Run > regedit > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > System >
CurrentControlSet > Control > Filesystem. Add a new DWORD value -
"NtfsDisableLastAcc essUpdate" and set value to 1.

24. Disable Notification Area Balloon Tips
Start > Run > regedit > HKEY_CURRENT_ USER > Software > Microsoft >
Windows > CurrentVersion > Explorer > Advanced. Create a new DWORD
value called EnableBalloonTips and set to 0.

25. Disable CDROM Autoplay
Start > Run > regedit > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > System >
CurrentControlSet > Services > Cdrom. Set autorun to 0.

Disable Disc Indexing Service
Right Click Start > Explorer > Right Click Each Disc > Properties >
Untick "Allow Indexing Service to index this disc for fast file
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It is really nice tips.Other thing is that free up disk space. Disk Cleanup tool will free up hard disk space to improve computer performance. The tool identifies files that you can safely delete, and then you can choose whether you want to delete in whole or in part, to identify files.

First things first, spend a few minutes deleting any program you rarely use. Surprisingly enough, there could be programs on your system you never use that are taking up a ton of space.

Delete these programs and free up space on your hard drive. Here' how:

From the start menu click the 'control panel' and double click on program and features. In a just a few seconds you'll be faced with a list of programs and features.

Right off the bat you'll discover some programs you'd forgotten about. Simply highlight a program you are not using anymore. Almost immediately you'll see a button prompting you to uninstall. Now, all you have to do is follow what the computer tells you. Check and recheck the list to make sure you haven't missed anything. Send those files to your recycle bin and empty it. But wait, there's more, lots more to learning how to make computer faster.

Turn your attention your "c" drive. Because, as you might have guessed, you'll need to delete every single file that you no longer need.

If you want to make your computer fast, open up program like MS Word, PowerPoint, paint, notepad, etc. Keep your eyes open for any saved files you are not using or that have already served a purpose.

All you have to do is right click on the file name and scroll down to delete.

Listen, this is no really have to search high and low for files that are taking up precious space on your hard drive.

Heck, if you've had your computer for a long time your system could be bogged down with files that date back several years.

Okay, once you feel confident that you've gotten rid of the files you no longer need, empty your recycling bin and permanently delete the files you've discovered are no longer necessary for your system.

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