How To Speed Up Windows Without Buying Any New Hardware

“You Need To Upgrade Your PC”

This is a common phrase that millions of cash-strapped computer users hear every day. If your PC is running slowly, the good news is that there are a variety of other methods you can use to make it run considerably faster, which don’t involve buying any new hardware. This tutorial is going to outlined a method which involves using a Windows “registry cleaner” to make your computer run much smoother.

To make your PC run faster, you basically have to be able to clean out any of the problems that your system may have inside. Windows works like a large switchboard that’s able to take your inputted commands, and then transfer it into features & settings on your system. The speed at which this process happens will determine how fast your computer runs, and is the reason why many new systems will be able to run much smoother and more effectively. Unfortunately, many Windows systems will become lethargic & damaged, preventing it from being able to correctly process your commands & options, slowing it down.

If you want to make Windows run faster, you have to be able to clean out any of the possible issues that will be causing the system to run slower. And one of those issues is actually to do with the “registry” database of your system – a large storage center for the settings, options and files which will ensure that your PC is able to recall the likes of your desktop icons and installed program configurations. The registry is one of the most important parts of Windows, but is hardly ever seen or mentioned in the system (which is why not many people know about it). The problem for most slow computers is that the registry database will continually be damaged & corrupted, preventing it from being able to operate correctly, slowing your PC down.

The best way to make Windows run faster is to clean out any of the problems that the registry database may have. Admittedly, not every Windows system has errors with the registry – it may be the case that your computer does not have any problems at all. I always recommend to my clients that they download a registry cleaner tool, install it and then let it scan their PC. All the tools on the Internet allow free trials, which identify how many errors your system may have; and then will make sure that your computer is able to run much smoother by fixing the problems that are located. If you do this, and find that your system has over 500 errors, it’s recommended that you let the program clean them out.