Slow PC? Does it take too long to boot (or to ‘to startup’), it’s possible that you have far too many programs running at startup.
Reducing this is easy, and it will make your PC launch noticeably faster and lighter upon first load.
There’s a range of options to speed up a PC. This is just one of many.
A home call out to give your system a boots will take 1 – 3 hours.
If you need help is speeding up your PC, please contact lgbt computer geek.
For Windows XP, Vista and 7
To change the items running at startup, go to Run using the hotkey Windows key + R, and type “msconfig.”
A small window will appear (see the screenshot below), select the Startup tab.
From here you will be able to turn off a range of startup programs, which can cut seconds (or minutes) off your boot time. (Note Windows 8 has moved this functionality to the Task Manager).
Try to make sure you research what you are turning off as some processes might be needed by third party programs or drivers you have installed. So don’t do this unless you know what you’re doing.
Speeding up a PC usually needs a number of steps. This is just one of a range of options. If you need help is speeding up your PC, please contact lgbt computer geek.