Saturday, February 11, 2017

Things You Know About To Improve Your Computer's Performance

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LongPathTool 5.1.6 is a software that will let you easily delete, copy or rename long path files. Since in some instances, you may have experienced problems accessing, managing and even renaming files that have more than 255 characters, this utility has been made to answer this particular scenario.

If you have also encountered problems like error messages that tell you that the path too long, too long path, destination path too long or cannot delete file then this program is definitely for you.

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You can tweak almost every component of your PC to make its performance optimal. You only have to look for computer tips and tricks. You can tweak its hardware to make it work faster and more efficient than it usually does and its software to make all applications that are installed on your computer run perfectly with as efficient resources as possible. This article features some tips and tricks that guide you to weak or to tune up your PC's hardware and software.

Another way these registry cleaners fix a slow PC is by deleting all redundant information in the computer's registry. As you continue to install and uninstall software programs and devices on your computer, not all the files are uninstalled. Some of these files accumulate in the computer's registry and take up unnecessary space. Over the time, the number of these files can be numerous and can cause extremely poor performance of the PC. A good registry cleaning software deletes all these unnecessary files from the system and significantly improves its performance.

Right click "My Computer" and choose "Properties "-"Advanced". Click the "Settings" button of "performance" column and then we come to set the "Visual Effects". We can click the third option "Adjust for best performance"; and tick following options:smooth edges of screen fonts,using visual styles on the Windows and buttons, using common task in folders and using shadows for icon labels on the desktop.

Defragment your hard drive: I'm not going to try to confuse you with all of the technical jargon explaining why you need to defragment your hard drive, but let me tell you: on a Windows PC, it is essential that you frequently defragment. I would suggest at least once a month. Windows comes with a free utility to defragment your disk.

Remove temporary files: When you browse the Internet and use programs, temporary files are created on your hard drive. These take up disk space and can slow down your computer. To remove these files, simply do the following:

Click on the Start Menu, and then on My Computer. Right click on the hard drive or petition that you want to check for errors on (its usually the C drive) and click on Properties. Now, click on Disk Cleanup. Check all of the boxes and click OK.

Delete cookies.It is a good advice to periodically delete internet cookies to ensure that your internet runs at optimum speed. It is easy to delete cookies with Firefox, just go to Tools then click on Options. Select the "Privacy" tab then click the "Show cookies" button. Another box with the "remove cookies" button will pop up. Click on the "remove cookies" button. If you are using Internet Explorer 7, do this: exit Internet Explorer 7 then click start, then click run, then type inetcpl.cpl in the text field and click enter. The General tab will appear. Click "delete" under browsing history in the Internet Properties dialog box. The delete browsing history dialog box appears. Click delete cookies. Click "Yes".

Uninstall programs that you do not use. These programs occupy space in your hard disk. the more space you have in your hard disk the faster your computer runs.

If you are familiar with the inside of the casing, physically clean your computer. Remove dust that gather in the casing with cloth or vacuum. Be careful not to damage any part though.

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