Trick To Speed Up Your PC/Laptop With Two Simple Tasks

Friday, 8 August 2014

Trick To Speed Up Your PC/Laptop With Two Simple Tasks

Posted by Rahul Gupta
When you purchase your new PC or Laptop it runs very smoothly and the processing of everything looks very fast. As time passes it becomes very slow. You feel irritation on the processing of applications. When a small application takes undesired time in installation it becomes very frustrated. On the installation of new applications processing speed of PCs becomes very slow. Not even processing speed but surfing to gaming almost everything slows down. According to some people solution to this problem is just format your system. They will simply install the windows again. While some goes for a new PC or Laptop. This is not a solution, how many times will you format your system? Or will go for a new PC.

Speed Up Your System
Speed Up Your System
Some users blame the hardware of their system. According to them their hardware has become old now. But the truth is that they don’t have enough knowledge of cleaning their system from the purchase date. You can definitely improve your system’s speed by adding RAM, upgrading the CPU. All these will cost money. You will have to pay a decent amount of money for it. But if I say you just need to do some simple tasks on a regular period to improve speed, will it be fine? Yes, it will. I have found very simple tasks for you which you can apply on a regular period of time to boost your system. Just stay with me and keep on reading ahead... :)

1. Use IObit Uninstaller :-
You might be thinking now why I need to use this third-party tool to uninstall a program because I can remove it easily from Control Panel. This is because when you uninstall a program from Control Panel it sometimes just removes the software’s main files installed on your PC. It doesn't remove the registry and other temporary files related to that software. This simply slows down the performance of your system. But using IObit Uninstaller you can remove all the registry files at the time of uninstalling a program. It also creates a Restore Point at the time of uninstalling so you can reverse your changes later if you want. Just follow the steps below and apply it on your system also.

  • First of all download latest version of IObit Uninstaller from Here.
  • Install it on your PC or Laptop.
  • Now just open it. You can see some tabs like All Programs, Recently Installed etc. In All Programs section you can find all the installed software on your system. While on Windows Updates section you can view your windows updates.
IObit Uninstaller
IObit Uninstaller

  • Look I am going to simply uninstall a program and then it will ask you to confirm. Just click on Uninstall.
Uninstalling Of A Program
Uninstalling Of A Program

  • It will create a restore point and will uninstall the program.
Restore Point
Restore Point

  • The real work starts now, it will ask for a powerful scan from you to scan the remaining registries and files related to software. Click on Powerful Scan. It will take for some time and result will be in front of you.
Powerful Scan
Powerful Scan

Scan Result
Scan Result
  • Delete all the files and registry and do it whenever you uninstall a program.
  • If you are having any unwanted toolbar or plug-in installed in your browser remove it from Toolbars & Plug-ins tab.


Note: - You can delete previously left registry and files of any software that you have uninstalled from Control Panel using CCleaner. Download It Form Here. After that use IObit Uninstaller whenever you uninstall software.

2. Use msconfig :-
IObit Uninstaller will definitely improve your system’s speed. But some time we face poor performance at the time of boot also. Your PC takes unusual time in starting. At that time you will need to speed up your start-up time. Actually at the time of boot or start-up applications installed on your system turns on. More the number of programs more will be booting time. There is a utility in windows msconfig through which you can disable programs from turning on at start-up. Follow the steps and apply it on your system.

  • To find msconfig on your system go to search or type in run (Window Key+ R) msconfig.
  • A window will open just like below if you are Using Window 8. Interface can vary with different version of windows but command will be only msconfig.
msconfig
msconfig



  • Just go to Services tab and disable all the unwanted services.
Services_msconfig
Services_msconfig

  • Now go to Startup and click on Open Task Manager. This will show a list of applications turning on at the time of boot.
Startup_msconfig
Startup_msconfig



Note :- In other versions of windows you may find start-up applications within Startup tab.

  • Disable unwanted applications or those one which have high impact on start-up. It will increase your start-up time like you can check mine at Last BIOS time: 6.1 seconds in the picture below.
Task Manager
Task Manager


These are two simple tasks which you can apply to speed up your system. It will definitely improve your PC/Laptop performance.

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