With an increasing number of Windows users upgrading their OS to Windows 10, it is crucial for them to know how to optimize their operating systems. Many users installed or upgraded Windows 10 on their current aged laptops or desktops, which is likely to affect the performance of running Windows 10. Old computers which come with old drive are able to perform Windows 10, yet you may encounter slow running speed especially when you launch some certain programs which with big cache files.
Purchase new PC would be an acceptable solution, but it isn’t suitable for every Windows user. More attention should be paid to optimizing existing PC. Follow these five tips below to speed up your Windows 10 now.
#1. Clean Windows.old folder
#2. Close Login password
Press Windows key R at the same time to open Run box. Type netplwiz and hit Enter. Uncheck Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer box, and click Apply. It will ask you to type password in the pop-up window to confirm this operation.
#3. Close IPv6
Go Start Control Panel
Network and Internet ->Network Connections. Double click Ethernet0, click Properties, and then uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) box.
#4. Close unnecessary Visual Effects
Double click This PC on the desktop, and click System properties Advanced system settings Settings. Uncheck Fade out menu items after clicking box.
#5. Disable Virtual Memory
Follow the steps in Tip #4 to Settings. Click Advanced next to Visual Effects, and click Change. Then uncheck Automatically manage paging file size for all drives box and pitch on No paging file and click Set.
With these 5 tips, you can speed up your Windows 10 on PC with old drives and running Windows 10 at better experience. Many users also deal with Windows 10 slow speed issue using another solution, upgrade HDD with SSD or new hard drive. But you need to choose the right software while clone boot drive to SSD.