How to increase PC stability and Performance

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I am using dual-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 64 bit OS windows7 home basic. I am facing a problem from last 1 month, my PC hangs, not responds quickly, can't play songs while copying a DVD. Please suggest me the way to increase PC stability and performance.

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Best Answer by Hodge Trafton
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How to increase PC stability and Performance

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Hi,

          I think your PC is having too many hidden apps that makes your memory full. First try to uninstall any application that you were not using at all, second try to end all the hidden apps go to task manager then processes then quit all the process that you not using and third try using system defrag, this will help you for the better performance of your PC. Hope this helps.

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How to increase PC stability and Performance

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Before you fixed your computer in order to boost your PC speed and performance you have to know what it causes to become unstable. Our computer may have lots of issues especially when we are always using it and download lots of softwares. It might have junk files and unused files that you will not notice.

Here are some tips that you can consider to make your PC more stable:

  • Have a regular check up and maintenance for your PC. Without this, it may bring some errors and can cause your computer to run slow and potential system failure. There are usually updated for Windows that can help fix bugs which causes crashes on operating system.
  • Disk defragmentation your PC. This process can also check errors and make your PC more stable. You just need to close all the programs running, right click the main drive and two properties. Then click on the tools tab and you will see two options. Check disk for errors then defrag.
  • Install anti-virus, spyware, adware or spam to make your PC protected to any viruses you can get while surfing on the internet.
  • Try to clean and organize your hard disk. Each program you install will utilize the spaces on your hard disk. You should uninstall some softwares or programs that are unused.
  • You can install PC booster or System Scan software that can help you to make your PC stable and don’t need to make a selection of what programs should be uninstalled.

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