Speed Up Your System Performance
Have you been searching for a solution to your system’s low system performance (whether it be on your desktop or laptop)? I’m writing this for you.
Have you been searching for a solution to your system’s low system performance (whether it be on your desktop or laptop)? I’m writing this for you. Working on your laptop or desktop when it hangs or restarts unexpectedly can be quite annoying. This can be really annoying.
I’ll explain how to fix your system hanging in this post. Your system’s RAM may occasionally be a factor in how quickly or how long it hangs. It is advised that you upgrade your system RAM to a greater level or that you install a lot of software on your computer.
It is advised that you review the installed software and remove any applications that are not necessary.
The steps listed below can double your system’s speed.
Step 1. On your system keyboard, press the Windows logo + R to get the run box.
Step 2. Inside the run box, type this code: msconfig and hit the enter key or click on “OK”. A pop-up will show.
Step 3. On this diagram, click the Boot option.
Step 4. Under the Boot option, click on “Advanced options”.
Step 5. A pop-up will show when you click on the Advanced options, check the box before “Number of processors”. Choose the highest number on the dropdown box under the Number of processors and click on “OK”.
Step 6. Click on “Apply” and OK” to save your new settings.
Step 7. You will be prompted to restart your System after you on Apply and OK. Click on Restart to restart your system to permanently save your new settings.
Congratulations to you. You have successfully boosted the speed of your system with this simple and easy method.