How To Speed Up Any Desktop Or Laptop Computer
When you start using a new computer it's fast and may impresses you as a big change from
before. On the other hand you may be disappointed at the relatively small increase in
speed. Even if fast, over time your machine may get bogged down.
After a few months you may wonder if it is worth computing at all, considering how long
it takes to do anything.
The truth is by default when your computer arrives it has many services and unneeded
programs that can be turned off or deleted without harm. Also with a machine that has
slowed over time, many things can be done to improve the speed. In fact, after a treatment
like here's, you'll be amazed what a tiger was under hood. If you were considering it, you
may decide to postpone the purchase of a new one. The various procedures and habits you
can perform and change are as follows:
Make Sure You Have Enough Memory
Choose Start Button → Start Menu → Settings → Control Panel → System →
Before You Buy Computer Memory Upgrades, you can find out how much you have by
clicking on the System Icon in the Control Panel. The amount is on the first tab that comes
up, the General Tab.
With Windows 2000 or XP, you really should have at least 1 GB of memory and 2 GB is a
more comfortable amount. With Vista be sure to have 2 GB of memory you'll be much