speed up windows 7
If you have a shiny new netbook, you might want to know how to speed up Windows 7 on that netbook to make it more efficient. By default Windows 7 is running a lot of background services and eye-candy that are not necessarily needed on a netbook.
I found a great Windows 7 tweak that allows you to speed up the Windows 7 taskbar. By default the taskbar menus have a delay of 0.4 ms. You can reduce this delay to zero and speed up your taskbar access.
Back in 2008, USB 3.0 was available. Now in 2010, at the CES, many manufacturers presented their newest motherboards and hard drives. Seagate presented their newest external hard drive “BlackArmor”. According to Seagate the speed of USB 3.0 is up to 3 times faster than USB 2.0. If you want high-speed files transfers, get USB 3.0!
There are plenty of tools out there to optimize and maintain your system. One that I frequently use, is Glary Utlities. It’s a light-weight tool that can complete many tasks for you with just one click. For example, it can fix your registry & shortcuts, clean your hard drive, remove spyware and improve your browsing security & privacy. Best of all, it will speed up Windows 7 and make it blazing fast again.
You will find a pretty detailed guide on our site that allows you to speed up Windows 7. Here are some additional tips how to improve your boot time and make Windows 7 boot a lot faster.
Are you looking for a way to decrease the boot up time of Windows 7? There are many solutions out there. A very common one is to disable the Windows Prefetcher and the Windows Superfetch feature. This does not work at all and won’t make your system faster. We still want to take a look at it and find out a bit more about it.