Frustrated with slow computer ? so here is a complete guide for optimizing and increase your Laptop/PC speed
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How To Use This Command ?
Step 1: Open the Start Menu and type “cmd” in the Start Search.
Step 2: When the “cmd” icon appears, right click it and select “Run as administrator”.
Step 3:Then the command line opens, run the command “powercfg -energy” without quotes.
Step 4: Now Press “Enter” .
Windows 7 will scan your system and find ways to improve performance and power efficiency.
The results will be exported to an HTML file, which will usually be saved in the “System32” folder.
To navigate to the file, follow the path it gives you after completion. Read The file to know what is Causing so much power to drain
Windows 8 User Can Use This Command :-
What This Command Does ?
This command will generate useful information about your laptop’s energy comsumption. If you use it correctly, you can extend your battery life and performance by great amounts.
#2. Clean your computer registry and cache files with CCleaner.
#7. Increase virtual memory if you are not having a minimum of 4 gb RAM.
#8. If you have some cash the replace your HDD with SSD.
#9. Update your graphic card drivers (catalyst control center) & DirectX.
#10. Last but not least disable your anti-virus to gain additional free memory.
Performance engineering within systems engineering, encompasses the set of roles, skills, activities, practices, tools, and deliverables applied at every phase of the systems development life cycle which ensures that a solution will be designed, implemented, and operationally supported to meet the performance requirements defined for the solution. Computer Speed matters a lot in terms ofPerformance engineering continuously deals with trade-offs between types of performance. Occasionally a CPU designer can find a way to make a CPU with better overall performance by improving one of the aspects of performance, presented below, without sacrificing the CPU’s performance in other areas. For example, building the CPU out of better, faster transistors.
However, sometimes pushing one type of performance to an extreme leads to a CPU with worse overall performance, because other important aspects were sacrificed to get one impressive-looking number, for example, the chip’s speed (see the megahertz myth).