3 ways to speed up Windows 10 without buying new hardware

April 2016
PCWorld;Apr2016, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p141
The article looks into ways to improve performance of Windows 10 computer operating system from Microsoft Corp. without the expense of upgrading computer hardware. It is suggested that unnecessary autoloading programs should be removed, especially those that do not need to run at all times, as these will slow down the boot process. Information on how to change power settings and to avoid animations is also offered.


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