Tips on How to Improve Computer Performance & Minimize Needed Registry Repair
all unwanted startup items, applications, and spyware and adware from
you system and then decrementing and compressing your files are premiere
among the steps to proper and effective routine registry cleaning,
repair, and maintenance. But there are also ways to adjust how you use
your computer in your everyday life to help minimize the extent and
frequency of registry repairs and cleaning that you’ll need to do
Limit the amount of multitasking that you do. Many computer users
have a tendency to run multiple programs simultaneously - ie. a
Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel , an Internet Explorer, Quick Time,
Photoshop, a Spyware/Adware scan, and a game of Sudoku (“whew”, says
sucks up your computer’s active memory (RAM) and a severe slowdown of
system performance. In extreme cases it can lead to programs crashing ,
data being lost,, and your whole system freezing. To prevent this
problem, simply be sure to only have the programs running that are
absolutely necessary for that moment. Close a program whenever you’re
done using it and before you open another.
internet is a big drain your system resources, and yet so very many
computer users stay online the entire time their computer is on, whether
they’re browsing the web or not. Minimize your multitasking, and help
maximize your computer’s performance.
Uninstall rather than delete. Deleting a program does not
necessarily remove all traces of that program from your hard drive This
is more often the case than not, in fact. These lingering remnants of
deleted programs serve no purpose on your machine other than to cause
clutter and confusion (not to mention take up precious disk space.
every program that’s installed into Windows, an uninstall tool is also
stored. To keep your system running at its best, be sure to locate and
use the related uninstall tool for the each program you wish to remove
from your system.
with dregs of old programs already deleted before you ever learned or
started taking this advice, all you need to do is find a good Windows
registry cleaner that enables you to edit your Windows Add/Remove list.
This will erase all of those files leftover from applications you’ve
deleted, and it’ll erase them permanently.
Change those restore settings. By default, Microsoft Windows
reserves more than 10% of your hard drive storage space for what it
calls “restore points”. These restore points are stored data used to
reset your computers settings to the way they were at an earlier point
in time. The benefit to you, of course, is that, should your system be
somehow damaged, you can return to a “better time” in your computer’s
life and restore the settings it had then. Your computer regularly backs
up your Windows registry automatically, usually daily, and particularly
any time that you install another new application or make other similar
changes to the system and its configurations.
people don’t need all that space - 10% or more of their hard drive space
- to restore what they need in order to use their computer normally. In
most cases 5% or so is quite enough. Fortunately, by right-clicking on
My Computer and selecting Properties
see your System Properties screen, simply click the tab that
reads: System Restore.
computer maintenance like the tips mentioned above will help prevent the
need for costly and debilitating repairs. Make a habit out of the above
3 tips and you’ll find your computer running faster and more stably than
ever before. It’ll almost be like have a whole new PC..