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How to Speed Up PC

Upgrade your computer’s software and hardware

In order to ensure your PC’s proficiency, it is highly advisable to keep up with the latest available PC software and hardware. For example, the newest PC applications, such as media players, video editors, or games, will require an updated video card in order to function at their optimal levels. The same goes for your processor or your PC’s memory.

Use efficient antivirus, adware and spyware applications

Most of the times, our computer’s performance is slowed down by malicious software or a virus. It is essential for you to use trustworthy antivirus software, along with a firewall, to keep your computer clean and avoid software and hardware damages. If you can’t afford paid software, there are also free available options that are equally reliable.

Use PC speed boosting tools such as registry cleaners

A good registry cleaner is a highly efficient boosting tool, that will help you remove fragmented files, useless shortcuts and registry entries, and other redundant files that do nothing but slow down your computer. Moreover, it will help you manage your files, applications, and programs more efficiently.

How do you know you really need a registry cleaner? The symptoms are clear. If your computer shows recurrent errors messages, sudden system crashes, or the pointer of your cursor no longer obeys you, it is time for you to consider using a registry repair software.

Keep your hard disk clean

Having a lot of data stored on your hard disk is not an issue until it gets full, thus forcing Windows to overwork. Saving your files on external drives can actually make a difference and significantly improve your computer’s performance.

Choose a faster browser

There are quite a few browsers you can choose from: Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome etc. Firefox, for example, will work really well on most sites, but that doesn’t mean it will work well on ALL sites. So make sure you choose the browser that best adapts to your online activity and thus speed up your PC.

Go for a disc defragmentation

It is an easy procedure that will ensure that all fragmented or broken files are cleared and tidied. If run regularly – at least once a week – there are high chances for your computer to stop freezing.