How to speedup Windows without any software

How to speedup Windows without any software

Simple tips to speed up your windows 10

 

Step 1: Open Start and run cmd (Command Prompt) as an Administrator


  • Type chkdsk /f


 

chkdsk /f

This will check the disk errors at restart
 


Step 2: Open run

Press Windows + r

  • type %temp% then hit enter

Delete all files from temp folder

  • Open RUN and type TEMP then hit enter

Delete all files from TEMP folder

  • Open RUN and type prefetch then hit enter

Delete all files from prefetch folder


Step 3. Open Windows Administrative Tools

Open start > Search Windows Administrative Tools > Run as administrator

  • Open Defragment and Optimise Drives

Open Defragment and Optimise Drives

  • Analyse all Drives

Analyse all Drives

  • Optimise all drives

Optimise all Drives


  • Open Disk cleanup from Administrative tools

Open Disk cleanup from Administrative tools

  • Hit enter and clean temp files

Clean Download Program files, Temporary Internet Files, DirectX Shader Cache, Delivery Optimisation Files, Recycle Bin, Temporary files, Thumbnils.


Step 3. In the Windows 10 search box, type sysdm.cpl and hit enter. That open the System Properties dialog box. Click the Advanced tab and click Settings in the Perfomance section.You'll see a large collection of special effects and animations.

Here are the animations and special effects that you would probably want to turn off, because they have the greatest effect on device performance:

  • Animate controls and elements inside windows
  • Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing
  • Animation in the taskbar
  • Fade or slide menus into view
  • Fade or slide ToolTips into view
  • Fade out menu items after clicking
  • Show shadows under windows

However, simply selecting "Adjust for best performance" at the top of the screen is probably a lot easier and then clicking OK.


Step 4. Disable programs that run on the startup

To stop a program or service from starting at startup, right-click it and select "Disable." This does not completely disable the program; it only prevents the program from starting at startup — you can always run the application after startup.


 

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