Speed Up Windows
So, one of the most asked questions I hear is how do I actually speed up Windows 7? If you want to make your OS really faster, read this article with links to many of our most extensive guides and registry tweaks
Already enjoying the Diablo 3 beta, but you have a high latency or low FPS? Make sure to speed up Diablo 3 with the following 13 tips.
If you want to make Chrome faster, you should consider cleaning your profile regularly.
You are tired of slow USB 2.0 devices, but don’t have USB 3.0 ports? How about changing the USB removal policy for USB drives to speed up your drives and get a better performance.
Is your Chrome incredibly slow, even hangs when you load a new tab? If so, you can try this.
A packet loss can cause interruption in the network traffic therefore causing a miss in the network traffic giving you incomplete results. Fixing Packet Loss in Windows 7 can be difficult. Here is how you’re going to get it done:
Another tutorial to speed up Windows 7, in particular the shutdown time. If you don’t need a timeout between the “force shutdown” that automatically closes open programs and the actual shutdown, use this registry tweak.
A tutorial for Windows 7 beginners that explains how to change the boot timeout in Windows 7.
Many of you want to speed up the boot time. If you only have one single Windows 7 installation on your PC, you can easily speed up the boot time by changing the boot timeout to 0 or a low value like 1. Here’s how.
Did you know that Windows is keeping a file access timestamps for all files that you access? At a first glance, you might think that it’s not a lot of work for you computer, but it can be. If you don’t need them, you can disable them.
The Internet Explorer 9 is a light-weight browser that is already blazing fast. If you want to make it even faster here are some great tips how to speed up the Internet Explorer 9.
If you want to make things faster, you should definitely keep our tips in mind