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Simple tips to speed up computer startup

Simple tips to speed up computer startup



http://www.auslogics.com Simple tips to speed up computer startup.

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      Is your computer taking a long time to boot? Do you have to wait for several minutes between powering up your PC and actually being able to use it?
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      There is nothing more frustrating than waiting for Windows to boot and wasting your valuable time. That’s why everyone wants to speed up computer startup, no matter whether they have a brand new laptop or an old desktop.
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      Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to speed things up. Here are some tips on how to make computer faster and make it boot a lot quicker than before.
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      Disable unnecessary startup items
      If you feel that your computer is running slow on startup, the first thing you should do is review the list of programs that start automatically when you boot your computer. Think about software like Skype, MSN Messenger, OpenOffice, Adobe products, your external hard drive speed launcher – you get the idea.
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      Naturally, there are programs that need to run from minute one, but there are tons of programs you can always start manually whenever you need to use them. Preventing them from launching automatically will significantly increase computer speed on startup.
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      A lot of programs have the option to enable or disable automatic startup. Just open the program you want to disable and have a look in its settings. Otherwise you can always use startup management software to configure your startup items. You will be amazed how much faster your computer will become.
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      Clean your desktop
      Computer running slow despite your efforts to speed it up? Another great way to speed up computer startup is to clean your desktop.
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      Many people like installing new software and trying out new things. When we install new software, the installer usually puts a shortcut on your desktop. The more programs you install, the more shortcuts there are. As a result, your desktop becomes pretty cluttered. This is not great for speed.
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      But there is something that can be responsible for a slow computer even more than program shortcut icons. These are files saved directly to the desktop.
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      Everybody knows how convenient it is to save downloaded songs, videos, and photos to the desktop. But not everybody knows that it can make computers really slow on startup. The more files there are on your desktop, the more time your computer needs to load it.
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      So, if you really want to speed up computer startup, you should delete all that unnecessary stuff from your desktop. You don’t have to actually delete the files – just move them somewhere else.
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      As for program shortcuts, they can be safely deleted. Removing them will not delete the actual programs and will definitely make your computer run faster.
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      These simple tips will help you speed up computer startup and even improve general system performance. And don’t forget to perform regular PC maintenance, such as cleanup and defrag, for an even faster computer.