How to Speed Up Windows 10 PC {200% Working}

How to Speed Up Windows 10 PC {200% Working}

How to Speed Up Windows 10 PC {200% Working}

If you want to optimize your Windows 10 PC, take a few minutes to try these wonderful tips to speed up your Windows 10 PC by {200% Faster}.
  1. Change your power settings.
  2. Disable programs that run on startup.
  3. Use ReadyBoost option to Speed up Disk Caching.
  4. Shut OFF "Windows Tips & Tricks".
  5. Stop OneDrive from Syncing.
  6. Turn Off Search Indexing.
  7. Clean out your hard disk.
  8. Clean out your Registry.
  9. Diable Shadows, Animations, and Visual Effects.
  10. Disable Transparency.
  11. Turn on automated Windows maintenance.
  12. Kill Bloatware Apps.
  13. Defrag your Hard Disk.
  14. Shut down & Restart Windows.

#1) Change your power settings

If you're using Windows 10's "Power Saver" plan, then you're slowing down your PC. that plan reduces your PC's performance in order to save energy. (Even desktop PCs typically have a "Power Saver" plan)
Changing your power plan from "Power Saver" to "High Performance" or "Balanced" will give you an instant performance boost.

#2) Disable programs that run on startup

One reason your Windows10 PC may feel sluggish is that you've got too many programs running in the background- programs that you rarely or never use.
Stop them from running and your PC will run more smoothly.

#3) Use ReadyBoost option to Speed up Disk Caching.

Windows10 regularly stores cached data on your Hard Disks, and then when it needs the data, fetches it from there. The time it takes to fetch cached data depends on the speed of your hard disk.
If you have a traditional hard disk instead of an SSD, there's a trick that can help speed up your cache, just use the Windows ReadyBoost feature.

#4) Shut OFF "Windows Tips & Tricks"

As you use your Windows 10 PC, windows keep an eye on what you're doing and offer tips about things that you might want to do with the operating systems. In my view, I've rarely if ever found these "Tips" helpful.
I also don't like the privacy implications of Windows constantly taking a virtual look over my shoulder.

#5) Stop OneDrive from Syncing

It's a useful backup tool so that if your PC or its hard disk dies, you still have all the files intact, waiting for you to restore them.
It does this by constantly synching files between your PC & Cloud Storage - something that can also slow down your PC.
That's why one way to speed up your PC is to stop the syncing.

#6) Turn Off Search Indexing

Windows 10 indexes your hard disk in the background, allowing you - in theory- to search your PC more quickly than if no indexing were being done. But slower PCs that use indexing can see a performance hit, and you can give them a speed boost by turning off indexing.
Even if you have an SSD disk, turning off indexing can improve your speed, because the constant writing to disk that indexing does can eventually slow down SSDs.

#7) Clean out your hard disk

You can clean your Hard Disk in two different ways, either manual or by software, 
To Clean out your hard disk by using PC, then first open PC and open "Start" and search for the “Disk Cleanup” option and then click it when it appears now by using the "Drives" drop-down menu select your system's C drive and then click the “OK” button, and Click the “Cleanup system files” button. 
To do a manual clean up of your hard disk- Just open your desktop/ PC cover and take out your Hard disk and clean it with a blower.