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Submitted by Vames 1039d ago | article

15 ways to speed up Windows 7

Layer8: "We've all fell victim to Windows 7 slowing down, but for some of us, our computer hardware is just not up to scratch to run Windows 7 in all its glory. These 15 tips should get that old worn out hardware kicking again, try them out and see for yourself." (Software, Windows, Windows 7)

cyberbob  +   1040d ago
Will surely try these after installing window 7 again.Presently using Window 8 developer preview
BeastOrange  +   1039d ago
great info
Megaman_nerd  +   1039d ago
don't dare to disable Superfetch or Security Center like this article says! You may see an increase on ram performance but the overall system will run much more slower. But if you have an antivirus like 95% of them now come with anti-spyware too so disable the windows defender instead (not the Security Center).
C_Menz  +   1039d ago
Exactly, and if anyone doing this has any doubts just leave it be. Not worth messing up your PC just for a half of a second off of a load time or something dumb.
gamernova  +   1039d ago
Why don't people just use CCleaner?
creepjack  +   1039d ago
Unless your pc is seriously lacking in power, these tweaks really aren't worth it.
fatstarr  +   1039d ago
cc cleaner
more ram
and memory and program management

thats all you really need
registry tweeks can give vast performance boosts.

virtual memory works for older specked computers.
galest  +   1039d ago
CCleans FTW
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2pacalypsenow  +   1038d ago
whats CCcleaner?
Sobari  +   1038d ago
Google is your friend.
2pacalypsenow  +   1038d ago
oo i use revo uninstaller is cc better?
darkequitus  +   1038d ago
SSD boot drive FTW
2pacalypsenow  +   1038d ago
too expensive :-(
darkequitus  +   1038d ago
true. I bought a 60gb OCZ Vertex in 2010 for $180. I I paid the same price for a crucial 128GB. I bought an OCZ solid 3 120GB for my laptop. 60Gb for $80. The price is still high, but it is the single best purchase where I have seen such a different how my computers perform. More so that my CPU or memory. I upgraded to an i7 with *gb of ram. Outside gaming, I see no difference to my old AMD.

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