Windows 7 faster by mzzm9047


									How to Make Windows 7 Run Faster on Your
By Kieran J Robertson

Very often, your Windows 7 computer can be performing very slow compared to what it once
was. Thankfully, there are many very effective solutions to this even though there is an unlimited
number of reasons to why your computer may be running slowly. I am going to explain in detail,
the best, and most effective ways to make Windows 7 run faster on your computer.

Uninstall Unused Programs

Pretty much everyone who uses their computer on a regular basis will have programs on their
computer which they simply don't use. Having programs on your computer which you don't use
means that you are putting unnecessary strain on your computer for no reason that benefits you
whatsoever. The fix this, all you have to do is uninstall any programs which you don't use by
using the instructions below:

Click Start, then click Control Panel. When the control panel screen appears, click Uninstall a
Program. You will now see a list of the programs which are installed on your computer. Now you
should click any program name which you feel you don't use or need, and then click Uninstall.
Now you will be promoted to an uninstall screen, and all you have to do from here is follow the
instructions which are shown to you by the uninstaller. Repeat this process for all and any
programs you don't use or need.

Delete Unused Files

This is really simple, and can be really effective. No doubt you will have files such as pictures,
music, or videos on your computer which you know yourself you probably will never look/listen
to again. Having too many files on your computers hard drive can cause your computer to slow
down due to the limited memory it can work with.

To delete unused files, all you have to do is go to your documents or desktop and find files you
wont have any use for, and that are worthy of deletion. Right click, and click Delete to fully
remove the file, and free space.

Closing Task Tray Programs
More often than not, you will have programs running on your computer when you don't even
know it! Programs which are running in your task tray will still be causing speed decreases of
your computer even if you aren't actually properly using the program! You should close all
programs which are running in your task tray which you are not using.

Closing programs which you are not using in your task tray is unbelievably simple. Simply goto
the bottom right of your screen, right click, and close any programs which you are not using.

Although these methods of making your computer running Windows 7 faster may seem too
simple, you would be surprised to how much they actually affect the performance of your
computer! If you still see no change in the speed of your computer after using these methods,
then it's probably because your computer simply can't handle all that you want it to do, and that
it's time for you to upgrade to a more powerful computer.

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