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Kudos0

System performance

I need advice as to how my W7 laptop can be speeded up. I get lots of buffering, not responding and long script messages. Thanks

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Kudos0

Re: System performance

Disable startup programs that dont need be run during system startup. Configure windows services by disabling the services that you do not need (blackviper.com has a good guide for services). Change your power plan to high performance Set a fixed page file-1500 for min 4092max 32bit operating systems. For 64bit operating systems 1500min and 5000max Check for viruses and malware. Clean temp files. Upgrade to a solid state drive. Make sure your system has enough ram. Readyboost Etc

Kudos0

Re: System performance

You just follow the given steps to clear some temporary files to speed the performance of the pc system.
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\Italian_rcp.ini
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\korean_rcp_ko.ini
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\install_left_image.bmp
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\polish_rcp_pl.ini
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\xmllite.dll
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\German_rcp.ini
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\unins000.exe
C:\Program Files\PC Performer\Beforeuninstall.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Tasks\PC Performer_UPDATES.job

Kudos1 Stats

Re: System performance

To speed up your Windows 7 operating system,  follow the steps given below:

  • Scan Laptop for Viruses
  • Fix Registry Errors
  • Run Check Disk
  • Stop Unnecessary Background Programs
  • Run Disk Cleanup”

These are the best options you can try to speed up your computer. 

Kudos0

Re: System performance

Part of the reason why well-used PCs take so long to start is because of all the applications and utilities you've installed. Many automatically run when Windows starts up, yet most of them don't need to and should only use up resources when you actually need to use them.

At the right side of the task bar, click the upwards-facing arrow to display the notification icons. Each is a program that loads with Windows. Some are essential - antivirus software for example - but others may not be. Right-click each one and if there is a Settings menu, select it and turn off the option to start automatically with Windows. Some programs, such as Google Drive, can be manually started when they are needed instead of running all the time.