There are plenty of oft-repeated tips for speeding up a faltering computer, but many more are no longer applying to today's devices.
Simply deleting programs or switching off system services will achieve almost any speed increases in the case of modern operating systems such as Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, according to the recent test by PC Magazin.
However, there are a few things you can do if your Windows computer has slowed to a crawl. Here are three of them:
Install an SSD hard drive
Replacing the old magnetic disk with SSD memory is usually the most effective way to accelerate your system. Tweak the autostart
By going into the Task Manager, Windows 10 users can see which programs are automatically activated when the computer starts up. The 19659002 Adjust the performance options
In Windows 10, the “performance” in the search box on the taskbar and select “Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.” Many settings can be chosen here. – dpa