Have you bought the latest windows PC or laptop? Or you just upgraded your computer to the latest Windows 8? If your answer yes, then you must know how to optimize your Windows 8 computer. The default setting of Windows 8 is actually not optimized yet. Since the Windows developer set the Windows 8 default setting to give both 50:50 for the performance and appearance. The appearance of the Windows 8 is quite good, however, sooner or later the Windows 8 performance would be slowed down. The reason is that there are too many background processes that are not very useful. Here I would give you several tips to optimize your Windows 8 computer.
First, you must clean up the registry files on the system. Most of the third party programs left unused registry files on your system. If you install many third party programs, then you must clean up your registry more frequently. Use free registry cleaner that compatible with Windows 8.
Then, you should disable the animation effect of Windows 8. I know that the animation of the Windows 8 is nice. However, the service of animation gives burden load to your PC. Eventually, the animation would make your PC runs slower.
The third way is disabling the unused background service. It is true that Windows 8 has many advantages. The default setting of Windows 8 set all of the services run on the background service. Most of the services are actually not very frequently used. Thus, you better to stop all of the services that you don’t use.
Next, you must adjust the start up setting. Some third party programs are activated automatically when the Windows is on. You should disable those programs if you don’t use it.
The last tip to optimize your Windows 8 is that you must do maintenance for the hard drives. Do hard drive service maintenance frequently such as defragment, clean up, bad sector fix, and so on. It can help the hard drive on its best performance so that your data system is easily accessed by the OS.