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Speed up your Window PC without a part upgrade and reformatting.

Admit it we love windows when it is newly installed, the time when we got a new laptop or set up a shiny new desktop, but along the months we have noticed it is not as fast as it is used to be.

Here is a list of things to do to make it back to its tiptop shape.

1. First things first Windows update, admit it we all have to try to turn off our pc when we press shut down and the monitor suddenly show Windows update in progress. Either we turn off the power or just closed down the lid of the laptop.  The system update will solve some of the bugs that may crash your pc and it also gives an extra layer of protection so just give it some time.

windowsupdate

2. When your Operating System is updated the next step to do is clean up some junk. Do a simple disk cleanup. There is some software that you already know that does the cleaning but guess what your windows already have the tools it needs. Press start then type disk clean

diskcleanup

A window like below will appear and click on Clean system files.

cleanupsystemfiles

Disk cleanup application will start calculating you will see a long list so you may scroll down.

cleanuplist

On the above images here what mine look likes, you may check them all and click ok, but what are we really need to check are Windows update clean up and Windows upgrade log files and windows created error reporting. Some of you may be shocked that some of this checklist is consuming a space of more than 10GB on your hard drive and your wondering I have 512GB HDD and I only have this space or if you have done the math and you didn’t know where are the missing space.

cleanupsystemcreated

Over the course of days, months or years, Windows will compile all of its error reports and this will accumulate since we are not a Microsoft engineer and we will rarely ask for technical support from windows agent might as well take back that precious space. System cleanup makes take some time and find some other things to do.

3. Give our windows pc a virtual memory boost. We all know it since the release of Windows 10 the standard memory for a pc should be 4GB Ram, but it still took a lot of memory so this is how to give it a boost and you see will a lot of difference.

Open file explorer right clicks on this pc and click properties then click advanced system settings.

windows properties

cleanup settings performance

For the image below Click the advanced tab and click change.

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Untick the automatically manage paging file, on the custom size put the number of rams you can afford to allocate, this virtual ram will be coming from your hard disk. That’s why we do a system clean up first. Normally 16GB will do depends on the application software your using. Then click set, click ok then restart the pc to take effect.

vram allocation

4. The last step is to clean up for adware, malware that we let loose unknowingly or somehow got inside our system this is where adwcleaner will come in handy. It will scan your system for any unwanted apps, plugin, folders that have any malicious code inside your registry, we leave the technicality to the guys at malwarebytes because it works and you may see it for yourself and in action. This software tools have always been trusted, I’m using this when I got an Annual Maintenance Contract for 40 PC to maintain twice a month and this software have helped me maintain those PC.

adwcleanr

This post is related to my first blog post on essential things to do when you got a new pc.

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