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Tips to Speed-up Your Windows 7 Computing Experience

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You have got the latest on the offering from Microsoft i.e Windows 7 Operating System, but still the response level from your computer is of not that excellence. If you are wondering how to speed up your Windows 7 without spending any more bucks follow the article that elaborates on same “How to speed up your Windows 7 Performance”.

First of all confirm that you meet the minimum hardware spec for the operating system. The minimum hardware specification for Windows 7 requires

  • 1GHz processor (32- or 64-bit)
  • 1GB of main memory
  • 16GB of available disk space
  • Support for DX9 graphics with 128MB of memory (for the aero interface)
  • A DVD-R/W drive

For more check the same in detail at Microsoft Website

If your computer system was giving the best of Windows XP/Windows Vista, then it is pretty sure that you can experience the same smooth response from Windows 7 too. The latest operating system from Microsoft has been designed to be very light compared to its pedicures (Windows XP/Windows Vista). The operating system runs quickly without requiring huge amounts of RAM or GHz’s processors.
If you have met the fare deal of Hardware specifications that still experiencing a slow computing, then the issue lies around somewhere else. To start with cut down the no of programs running in the background. For example a lot of no of times we tend to install programs that stuck in your start-up running in the background and eating up loads of virtual memory. (Yahoo Messenger, Win amp, GTalk, Skype, etc). Either remove them from the Start-up (How to remove programs from Start-up) or close them when not in use, the best would be that you remove them from the Start-up list so that they don’t bother each time you start your PC.

The second option is to clean the Windows registry (How to clean Windows Registry). This is perhaps the most effective means to speed up Windows 7. There are a lot of freeware that can do the task easy for you.. CCleaner is one such software; try the software to get away with common registry issues and registry fix.

Computer Virus are one of the common threat that gives you a havoc at any point of time… a virus infection can be a reason behind your slow computer. As a next measure have a good antivirus solution on your computer system. You can purchase a licence copy of (Norton/MCCafe/BitDefender/Kaspersky)a antivirus software or can do it with some freeware (AVG/AVIRA/AVAST).

Trojans or virus has ways of reducing the speed of any operating system. There is absolute need for you to install appropriate antivirus and anti spy ware. It is important to note that windows 7 are equipped with its own protection activated against these Trojans. The fact is that you have to be very careful by giving you system extra protection through installation of more antivirus because the Trojans would enter your system unannounced. The mode of operations of these viruses makes it possible for them to capture data on your system and transfer to a remote computer. This would definitely slow down the speed of your system.

Just follow the tips above to ensure that your windows 7 operating system runs faster as it should.

Follow the blog Fix Win 7 to get more of these tips to boost the speed of your computer.

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Written by fixwin7

April 22, 2010 at 7:09 am

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  2. You can share very useful thing to boost windows 7 this is really very good Windows 7 Tip

    Jack

    June 26, 2010 at 10:52 am

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