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  • Category: Performance And Optimization

    How to Increase PC Performance ?

    How to improve our PC performance like working Speed of applications, etc..
    it effects our Performance Improvement
  • #7278
    There are many ways to improve your pc performance.Please first of all use registry cleaner who clean your temporary file then use a valid anti-virus which protect your computer by virus.and software who clean your computer from temporary file which create during working program.Use a good anti-virus who protect your computer by virus.please use a windows optimization tool can give you a big boost in the the performance department.Then you can improve your computer performance.

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    Regards & Thanks
    Aamir Khan

  • #7383
    Well there are many ways by which you can improve your computer performance but i suggest advance system care should be used as it is very effective.It cleans registry and junk files,it defragments your harddisk,it also checks overall it boost your pc.

  • #7478
    The speed or performance of our system is depend on the hardware present as well as the the way of usage of our system. In other words we can increase 20 to 30 percentage performance of our computer by simply following the some steps given below:

    1. use the simple display options, do not install extra themes etc.
    2. use the appropriate antivirus for the system because this is very speed consuming resource.
    3. regularly clear the temporary files
    4. use the registry setting software
    5. do not copy large files on the desktop
    6. empty your recycle bin.
    7. uninstall the unnecessary software from the system
    8. set the start-up processes in the windows configuration

    By following some above steps you can improve the performance of your computer system.

    with regards
    Amit gupta

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