Ways To Optimize Windows® 7
Microsoft introduces the Windows Experience Index, Performance Information and Tools and ReadyBoost. These tools will help you to enhance the performance of your computer.
Windows Experience Index
Windows 7 measures the abilities and performance of your computer based on a scale of 1.0 to 7.9. It observes computer's hardware such as RAM, CPU, graphics capabilities and etc. Windows Experience Index measures the capability of computer's hardware and software configuration, expressing this measurement as a number called a base score. A higher base score usually means a system will work better and faster than a computer with a lower base score. Each individual hardware component is given sub score. The lowest sub score determines your computer's base score. It can help you to decide which device you should upgrade.
Optimize Windows 7 with Performance Information Tools
With Performance Information Tools you can optimize performance by changing how menus and windows appear. Adjust indexing options in order to make your search faster and easier. You can configure power settings so that your computer consumes power more efficiently. Adjust battery usage for portable computers. Use Disk Cleanup that helps you to remove unnecessary or temporary files on your hard drive so you can free up the storage space. Access advanced system tools, such as Disk Defragmenter, Event Viewer, and System Information in order to solve problems.
Optimize windows 7 with ReadyBoost
ReadyBoost is a new technology of Microsoft Windows. ReadyBoost came with Windows Vista and is now included with Windows 7 features. Just plug in a USB flash drive or card and ReadyBoost will use it as memory. ReadyBoost helps in low memory situation. Low memory can make your computer slow because Windows, which needs a place to stash data, turns to the hard drive. Flash memory offers a speedier alternative. ReadyBoost works with most of the flash storage devices. In Windows 7, it can handle more flash memory and even multiple devices up to eight, for a maximum 256 gigabytes (GB) of additional memory. When you plug a ReadyBoost-compatible storage device into your computer, the AutoPlay dialog box offers you the option to speed up your computer using ReadyBoost. If you select this option, you can choose how much memory on the device to use for this purpose. When you set up a device to work with ReadyBoost, Windows shows you how much space it recommends you allow it to use for optimal performance. For ReadyBoost to effectively speed up your computer, the flash drive or memory card should have at least 1 gigabyte (GB) of available space. If you don't' have enough available space for ReadyBoost, you'll see a message asking you to free some space on the device if you want to use it to speed up your system.
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