How to Make Your Computer Faster

How to Make My Computer Faster
By Logan Albright

Do you own a Windows-based computer? If so, have you realized that there has been a decline in the performance of your computer ever since the first day you purchased it? There are times it may just hang on you or at other times, it may seem as if it is processing extremely slowly. However, instead of buying a new computer you should first try to figure out if you can preserve your current one. Below are some quick fixes to help you diagnose the problem with your computer.

#1 Run anti-virus software

Viruses are extremely irritating as they are often created by people with nothing better to do other than to try to hurt other people's computers. Viruses can be rather deadly as it name sounds, it can cause your computer to slow down and even erase off precious data! It is therefore essential to have a good anti-virus software to prevent such a fate from happening to you. You can easily find one through a web search and compare the different kinds of software available.

#2 Run a defragment routine

This sounds very technical to the average Joe who does not know much about computers but it actually is very simple to carry out. All it means is to properly arrange the data in your computer more efficiently. You can use the search function on your computer to find the program used for de-fragmentation and follow the cues to start de-fragmenting your computer. The process is free however it may take quite some time, so do plan ahead of what else you want to do.

#3 Clean your hard drive

Another method is to clean up your hard drive. A hard drive with too much unnecessary stuff can eventually slow down your computer. Do a search for disk cleanup and start getting rid or those files that you do not need and clear up your hard drive today. Chances are that you will have a much better performance from your computer after that.

#4: Clean your registry

Every computer has a registry that keeps the crucial information about who uses the computer and the applications that can access your computer. However, with time, the registry becomes rife with errors and plagued with false entries. Search the web for a good registry cleaner, moreover it is rather cheap and work great and can help boost the performance of your computer.

These solutions will most probably just take less than an hour for you to complete but the results are phenomenal if the crux of the problem lies with what is mentioned above. Furthermore, the 'quick fixes' mentioned above are free of charge or at the most cost less than 50 dollars. As such, don't be too hasty in wanting to purchase a brand new computer when your old one starts to act a tad funny. Give these tips a try first before spending big bucks on getting a new computer or you may just regret the hole that you have burnt in your own pocket.

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