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How to Speed up Your Computer Perdormance Easily?
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This has been written to give the average computer user the information needed to optimize and maintain there computer registry. Your windows registry is an essential part of your computer so it needs to be looked after I hope this helps.

Invalid registry keys are the major cause of computer errors, crashes and slow downs. Invalid registry keys are usually want is left behind from a program that has been uninstalled from your computer. You need to repair these registry entries to ensure a smooth running computer as leaving them can lead to many problems.

Computer Systems such as Windows XP and Windows Vista possess a Registry Editor tool that you can use to view the registry files, and if you like you can conduct a few registry edits, but remember always backup the registry before making any changes. With that in mind, this mechanism is not equipped with options that you can use to perform a thorough system scan or repair of the registry. For that you will require a registry cleaning tool to do the work for you such as regcure, registry fix, registry smart, there are many options available to you and most of these programs have a free trial download.

Windows XP and Windows Vista have very notable characteristics when it comes to programs. If you are attempting to clean and maintain your own computer registry please be aware that this can be extremely dangerous to the unwary user. Your Registry files are extremely important for the trouble free operation of your windows system. In saying this if you happen to delete the wrong entry you could possibly slow or worse still crash your system.

Installing new software or hardware on your Windows Xp or Vista computer system is more complex than you are lead to believe. Every function of the install or un-install is logged in the computer registry. Overtime the registry can become full of obsolete files and this happens whether you have followed the correct un-install or install directions it is unfortunately unavoidable.

An unmaintained registry is likely to cause problems and crashes if left unchecked. It is vital that you clean your registry of any obsolete or cross linked files to ensure system stability and reliability.

Removing and installing programs can cause corrupt entries in your computers registry. This can in effect degrade the overall running of your computer which could lead to your computer failing to start altogether. If you have not done so already it would be a good idea to consider cleaning your computer registry to stop any further or future problems developing.

It is vital for you to maintain your computer registry, it is not a difficult procedure as long as you are extremely careful when removing any entries. Once you have removed a registry entry it is permanent and can not be undone. If you happen to delete a registry file that is needed it could stop your computer from running, so make a backup of all your files before attempting anything like this.

If you are confident enough to edit your registry then here is how you can access it by clicking on the Start then Run and typing in Regedit.Open the Registry Editor and click on the My Computer icon in the left-hand panel. Click Edit and Find. Type in the word that has some reference to the program you are searching for to be certain is removed from your registry.

There is another way to increase your system performance with having to use the Registry editor. You can access a program called MSCONFIG by going to start then to run and typing in "msconfig" this will open a new window on your desktop where you can click the startup tab to view all programs that have loaded during startup. Remember all of these programs are using up valuable resources on your PC. You can if you know what you are doing uncheck these programs to improve system performance.

The registry is critical for your Windows operating system. Regular registry maintenance helps you avoid PC errors and also enables you to ensure optimal PC performance. Always use the windows uninstall option all the program uninstall options to remove programs you no longer need Do Not Just the delete the Icon and the Program Folder as this will leave behind many files that will over time slow your computer through an overloaded computer registry

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#2
Installing new software or hardware on your Windows Xp or Vista computer system is more complex than you are lead to believe.
It is vital for you to maintain your computer registry, it is not a difficult procedure as long as you are extremely careful when removing any entries.
The registry is critical for your Windows operating system. Regular registry maintenance helps you avoid PC errors and also enables you to ensure optimal PC performance.
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#3
If not properly and regularly maintained, the performance of all Windows XP systems tend to degrade with the passage of time. To arrest this declining performance, visiting a computer shop isn't your only option; you can also increase performance of your computer yourself. Save your money and squeeze more speed out your Computer.

Steps:
- Clean computer registry, but first backup the registry using the cleaner program.
- Remove Spyware and Viruses, must have antivirus installed, Avira, Avast, Norton, AVG, and etc.
- Perform a disk clean up.
- Remove unwanted/unneeded software which may be the reason for slowdown.
- Defragment Your Computer - This will place similar files physically closer on the hard disk and will help improve load speeds.
- Stop unwanted Start-Up programs.
- Speed Up Processing Time
- Set Pagefile size
- Delete photos.
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#4
Use updated antivirus software for your computer and always shut down computer when you are not use it. Computer performance related speed also depend on its system manufacture.
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#5
If you wish to speed up your computer again you should to use best anti virus for computer protection. Remove Junk Files because unwanted files take more memory space. Use any file after scan.
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#6
Nice step, thanks for sharing it with us. keep updating in future also.
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#7
(04-19-2011, 12:54 PM)m2mwhite Wrote:  If not properly and regularly maintained, the performance of all Windows XP systems tend to degrade with the passage of time. To arrest this declining performance, visiting a computer shop isn't your only option; you can also increase performance of your computer yourself. Save your money and squeeze more speed out your Computer.

Steps:
- Clean computer registry, but first backup the registry using the cleaner program.
- Remove Spyware and Viruses, must have antivirus installed, Avira, Avast, Norton, AVG, and etc.
- Perform a disk clean up.
- Remove unwanted/unneeded software which may be the reason for slowdown.
- Defragment Your Computer - This will place similar files physically closer on the hard disk and will help improve load speeds.
- Stop unwanted Start-Up programs.
- Speed Up Processing Time
- Set Pagefile size
- Delete photos.

These are very good to optimize your Computer Performance / Speed
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#8
For improving Computer performance and speed you can do some things like below:
1) Uninstall the programs that you don't need.
2) Delete the files you don’t need (even if they are 250kb or less) – You can obtain highest disk performance when your hard drive space isn’t over 25% used.
3) Regularly scan the computer for viruses and spyware
4) Use a reliable registry cleaner to clear the windows registry
5) Turn off System Restore feature
6) Use the disk clean-up option in Windows to regularly clean up the system junk files.
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#9
For the speed up your computer performance easily, delete daily cooky's and temp file. Gets command msconfig, go to run and type this command and close on starting services.
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#10
Hello,

Firstly always use a licensed version of any kind of software. Perform a regular scan of your hard drives using an antivirus or anti spyware software like Advanced System Protector. it not only protects your computer system from malware infections but also provides protection shields against malware threats.
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