Two Ways of Effectively Optimising Your System

Before you go the money route in order to fix your system, you should take some time to find out whether or not it’s possible for you to fix your system. I’m sure you would be surprised how maintaining your system on a regular basis can ensure that it runs optimally at all times. There are a number of reasons why your systems performance may slow down, despite that; there are many tools that you can use to fix it.
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Your problem may be due to a fragmented hard disk drive; in this case, running disk defragmenter would be the solution. You should also consider running the disk cleanup tool along with the disk defragmenter as a holistic approach to improving the performance of your computer. Both of these tools can be easily accessed, as they come as part of the operating system. These two tools are the first things that you should try running, in order to see whether it can rectify your performance issues. Do a quick search on how to run the disk defragmenter and disk cleanup tool for more information on how to get started. However, for those of you, who are anxious to get things started right away, simply go to Start -> Menu -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools, Disk Cleanup or Disk Defragmenter. Using these tools is fairly simple, so you shouldn’t need any real help, figuring it out.
If after you have run both of these tools your system performance is still the same, then you will have to run a system restore, which is located in the same place as the other two tools. With this tool, you will be able to restore your system back to a point when it was running significantly faster than it is now. Again, it’s not too difficult for you to run this program and it comes as part of the operating system. Being patience is the key to success. This whole ordeal may take some time to eventually get things right, but it will pay off. One thing you should be aware of is that when you run the system restore, it will restore your system back to an earlier point. So any applications that you put on the system after that restore date will no longer exist on the system.
I have worked on computer systems for over a decade now. It’s definitely a passion of mine, so I really get a kick out of sharing my knowledge with you.