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How to Speed Up Windows 10

Friday, June 24, 2016 6/24/2016 08:40:00 PM

A slow PC isn’t an annoyance, it’s an affliction. The upgrade to Windows 10 has been simple for some, but for others, the upgrade has led to serious problems. Some even report the upgrade to Windows 10 has slowed down their computer.
A slow computer is also a tough problem to troubleshoot. Many websites that claim to have the “best trick” or “top tips” to speed up your computer are peddling registry tweaks or cleaners that have no real effect. Instead, use these tried-and-true methods to instantly speed up your Windows 10 PC.

1. Windows Boot

No one should suffer from a slow startup. Now, you don’t have to. Windows 10 has a Fast Startup feature, which reduces the Windows boot time. It functions in a similar manner as Hibernation. In Hibernation mode, Windows saves the state of your computer, open programs and all, to the hiberfile. Then, it activates that state again when you power on. Fast Startup works by pre-loading your Windows kernel and installed drivers before your computer turns off. Powering on your PC normally reloads your Windows kernel, taking a longer time to start your computer.

To activate Fast Startup, you first have to enable hibernation mode. To do so, right-click the Start Menu or press Windows key + X to launch the Power User Menu, select Command Prompt (Admin), and copy and paste the following line into the command prompt:

powercfg /hibernate on

Return to the Power User Menu (Windows key + X) and go to  Control Panel > (System and Security >) Power Options >  Choose what the power button does > Change settings that are currently unavailable. Here set a checkmark for Turn on fast startup and click Save changes. Fast Startup should now be activated on your computer.
Warning: When Fast Startup is enabled on your PC, your computer will not shut down as it normally does. This may lead to update issues. If you want to update your PC, or need to shut down your PC entirely, turn off Fast Startup, manually shut down the computer via the Start or Power User Menu (Shut down or sign out > Shut down), or perform a common restart. Restart is unaffected by the Fast Startup feature.

2. Boot Performance

Configuring which programs start up with your computer is a vital step in speeding up your PC. You can configure boot in many different ways. One is through yourWindows 10 Task Manager. Right-click on your Taskbar and select Task Manager. You can also reach Task Manager using the keyboard command CTRL + SHIFT + ESC. Head to the Startup section and check to see which programs you’d like to activate or deactivate.

The rule of thumb with startup programs is simple. If the program isn’t used every day, disable it. If the program is not for a hardware component like a keyboard or printer, disable it. Third-party software like CCleaner also features a startup configuration option. Open CCleaner and head to Tools > Startup. This feature will also allow you to enable or disable various startup programs.

Most users stop their startup configuration at these two programs. Some tools, however, reveal additional startup programs. Microsoft’s Autoruns program — part of their official Sysinternals toolkit — does just this. Autoruns’ Logon tab showed double the startup programs as CCleaner’s startup feature. To disable a startup program in Autoruns, uncheck it. It’s that simple, and controlling your startup programs will undoubtedly speed up your computer.

To finish optimizing your startup, make sure you disable the Background Applications present on Windows 10. You can access these settings in your Privacy window. Press Windows key + I to launch the Settings app and head toPrivacy > Background apps (at the very bottom).

Turn all of these applications off, except for your Settings.

3. Optimize CPU Usage

Certain programs love to hog your CPU power. These programs slow down others, or may prevent them from working altogether. It’s difficult to troubleshoot every single program that may hinder processor usage. A few, however, are readily avoidable.

Certain unnecessary system processes hinder CPU performance. One such process is OneDrive. OneDrive syncs in your background, which is an issue when you’re not a OneDrive user. To disable it, open your Local Group Policy Editor. Press Windows key + R to open the Run menu, enter gpedit.msc and hit Enter. Head to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > All Settings > Prevent the Usage of OneDrive for file storage > Enable.

Show me tips about Windows is another Windows process to avoid. It may seem harmless, but this process scans your computer to give your tailor-made Windows tips at the cost of performance. To disable, head to Start > Settings > Notifications & actions > Show me tips about Windows > Off.

This small tweak offers a surprising performance boost for some users.

4. Optimize RAM Usage

RAM is a large factor in computer speed. Unfortunately, certain system processes hog RAM speeds and increase the amount of time it takes to open files. Such processes, like your default Windows 10 appearance settings, may have been dragging you down since installation.
You can optimize your RAM usage by lowering the visual quality of Windows. Access this option under Windows key + X > Control Panel > System and Security > System > Advanced system settings > Advanced > Performance > Visual Effects. Click on Adjust for best performance.

Switch to the Advanced tab. Under Adjust for best performance of selectPrograms. After that, click Change… under Virtual memory. In the Virtual Memory window, uncheck Automatically manage paging file size for all drivers. Select Custom size and enter the Recommended number in the Initialand Maximum size entries.

Click OK and your programs should open and run much faster.

5. Explore Files Faster

For the average user, the default Windows File Explorer works fine. For the power user, the Windows 10 File Explorer simply doesn’t cut it. Even more so with work that requires modifying multiple file types in multiple folders.

You can use a custom file explorer to speed up the amount of time it takes to explore and manage your files. My personal favorite is Clover — a Chrome-like file explorer that allows you to open folders in tabs, rather than using multiple windows, or middle-click a folder to open it in a new tab. This tip won’t turn your computer into a speed demon, but I don’t know how I managed files without it.

6. Delete Bloatware

Congratulations, your new Windows 10 operating system is ready to go. Wait, what’s this?

Unfortunately, Windows 10 is not free of bloatware. The issue with these types of programs isn’t just that they take up drive space. They also update on a regular basis. Some may run in the background, hindering your computer’s performance.
You can use the default uninstall program on Windows 10 to remove these programs. To open the default uninstall program, Windows key + X > Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a program. If you see a toolbar or widget program, uninstall it immediately. If you don’t know what a program does, research it online to confirm or rule out its necessity.
I would recommend Revo Uninstaller as a third party option, which does a thorough job of uninstalling programs. It also has a Hunter Mode feature. If you have an annoying popup on your computer, activate Hunter Mode and click on the icon. Revo Uninstaller will find the program and uninstall it within seconds.
Don’t downplay the importance of uninstalling bloatware because those programs are a potential source of malware.

7. Faster Shut Down

There’s no end to speeding up Windows 10, including shutdown and hibernate speeds. Some PCs take a while to shut down because the running processes close slowly. To fix this issue, create a shortcut to quickly shut down your computer. These shortcuts not only allow for quick access to the shut down function, but hibernate, restart, and advanced startup as well.
If your computer is taking too long to shut down,  right-click on your desktop and select New > Shortcut. Choose an action from the list below, copy and past the respective command (excluding the hyphen) in the following prompt, and name the shortcut after its corresponding action.
Shutdown - %windir%\System32\shutdown.exe /s /t 0
Hibernate - %windir%\System32\shutdown.exe -h
Restart - Shutdown -r -t 00
Advanced Startup - %windir%\system32\shutdown.exe /r /o /f /t 00
Would you like to access these commands even faster? Create keyboard commands to activate these programs. Right-click your file, select Properties, and place your cursor in the Shortcut key field. After clicking the entry, tap a key on your keyboard and Windows will create a CTRL + ALT + [Letter] command. I’ve chosen CTRL + ALT + H to activate the Hibernate feature, but you can use whatever key you’d like. You can also hide these programs so they don’t clutter your desktop: Right-click on Desktop, choose View, and uncheck Show desktop icons.

8. Consider an SSD / SSHD

No tweak you find on the internet will match the speed gained by switching from a hard disk drive (HDD) to a solid state drive (SSD), period. SSDs takes full advantage of a faster type of memory called flash memory, similar to random access memory (RAM).
Unfortunately, SSDs cost three times more on average — per gigabyte of storage — than HDDs. If the high price is an issue and you’d only like to run a couple of gigabytes on your lightning-fast SSD, solid state hybrid drives (SSHDs) allow for a large amount of HDD space and a smaller amount of SSD space in a single package.
Transferring your files or an entire Windows installation from an HDD to an SSD is a simple process as well. If you doubt it would make a difference, let me tell you — as a recent convert from HDD to SSD, I haven’t had a startup that took longer than a couple of seconds in months.

Don’t Settle for a Slow Windows 10 Experience

You shouldn’t have to settle for a slow Windows 10 experience, ever. Although there are certain habits you can pick up which ensure your computer is running optimally, implement the tips above for a drastic, one-time performance boost.
What methods do you use to speed up Windows 10? Wish we’d mentioned your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

Before You Install Windows 10 and Download Windows 10 Totally free

Friday, July 31, 2015 7/31/2015 08:53:00 PM

Hi friends. Today we publish about latest windows operating system in 2015. After 9 months researching, Microsoft release Windows 10 which is their new operating system. We show in this post that, can you get this operating system freely and what its new features.


Start Menu
The main important thing is start menu come back with windows 10. The Microsoft company released Windows 8.1 for desktop computers and mobile devices. But, it had not old start menu. Then now they add start menu to windows 10 again. This start menu expand full screen.

Windows 10 give feature to you for control windows 10 PC or mobile device by your voice commands.


Edge browser
Microsoft gives more priority for security in windows 10. They release new browser in windows 10 with more security features. Its name is edge browser. This browser, fast and has lots of new features than windows explorer. They have restricted phishing Account, Malicious Extensions Memory corruption in the edge browser. Edge browser has Smart Screen, Certificate Reputation checking, EV Cert green bar and HTTP2 Protection features.

Windows 10 for mobiles

Virtual Desktops in windows 10
Windows 10 named this feature as Task View and this icon has in Taskbar. You can click it and add new virtual desktops. You can change your desktops using Windows key + Tab key in keyboard easily.

Keyboard Shortcuts Task View

WIN + CTRL + LEFT/RIGHT:  changing between desktops
WIN + CTRL + D: Open a new Desktop
WIN + CTRL + F4: close the current Desktop
WIN + TAB: start the task view 

Security and privacy in windows 10 developed with Windows Hello.

No, not need passwords for windows PC Security. You can use your face and figure mark for access operating system and websites with Windows Hello.

Use peer to peer technology for windows 10 updates Early operating systems get their updates in a single source. But now they introduce peer to peer technology for updates. It works like a torrent network.

System Requirements for Windows 10

Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) faster processor
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit and  2 GB for 64-bit
Hard disk space: 16 GB for 32-bit OS and 20 GB for 64-bit OS
Graphics card: Direct X 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver
Display: 1024×600

Editions of Windows 10

Windows 10 Home
Windows 10 Mobile
Windows 10 Pro
Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows 10 Education
Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise

You can upgrade your windows 7. 8 and 8.1 PC and Mobile Device for Windows 10 freely.
If you Can download Windows 10 using This link Totally Free.

iPhone 7 Release Date Rumours & New Features

7/31/2015 10:57:00 AM

Hello everyone... After long time i'm here again with most attractive mobile news. It's about iPhone 7. These days most iPhone lovers talking about iPhone 7. Because everyone think it will release September 2015. Maybe they are right about that. Because if Apple sticks to its traditions, we can expect the iPhone 7 to arrive in mid-September 2015. Mostly we are think it will release September 8.

Apple is release their products in pattern. Mostly they release iPhones September of every year. They released iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on 9 September 2014 and iPhone 5c and 5s released on 12 September 2013. So we can guess they will release it next September.


Now let's talk about iPhone 7 specifications.

Most peoples are loved iPhone 6 because it has big screen. iPhone 6 have 4.7 inch and 6 Plus have 5.5 inch screens. So peoples are liked these both. So apple are going to release iPhone 7 with 4.7 and 5.5 screens.

If we think about iPhone 7 processor, Mostly we are think they will include A9X or A10 processor to iPhone 7. iPhone 6 have A8 processor and they will increase it for iPhone 7. And there is rumor about iPhone 7 Ram. Mostly it will increase 1GB to 2GB. Now iPhone 6 have 1GB ram and it will be 2GB for iPhone 7. 

Also if we talk about iPhone 7 Camera probably it will increase 8 mega pixel to 12 mega pixel. All we are know iPhone 6 have 8 mega pixel camera and it will increase to 12 for iPhone 7. A more out-there idea is that Apple could equip the iPhone 7 with swappable lenses, allowing you to change the lens according to your needs. There is an Apple patent to back that idea up, but patents often don’t turn into commercial products.

How To Access Blocked Web Sites

Monday, May 19, 2014 5/19/2014 05:33:00 PM

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We introduce a solution in this post, easy anonymous web browsing and bypassing of web censorship. No proxy or other programs needed.
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  • Change your IP-Adresse
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  • Bypass GeoIp-Blocks: appear to originate from another country
  • Set separate anonymization settings for each website
  • Delete cookies, show your public IP, change browser id,  

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Click Allow to give the permission for installing.....

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Click Install Now. Then restart Firefox open new tab, you can see right bottom "Xspecial | off, your country, your IP address" 

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now you go to web pages country flag and IP address change as foreign county. you can fly everywhere in internet not block..
enjoy using internet for good things

Set wallpaper with clock in your windows desktop

Monday, July 8, 2013 7/08/2013 06:54:00 PM

--> Hi friends, Everyday your desktop has a one wallpaper or wallpaper Slide, today we are going to introduce to put a virtual wallpaper clocks as your desktop backgroundDexclock is our application to apply wallpaper clocks. the wallpaper clocks are available for different screen resolutions and sizes.
Once launched, the application places its icon in the system tray, right-clicking which allows you to access its main window from the context menu. You can also open the Clock Folder from here, and access the web portal to download more wallpapers.

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select Choose Wallpaper Clock, now you see four clock wallpapers, then want to more, Choose Get more Wallpaper Clocks for download wallpapers. You can select wallpaper position between a handful of options including Fill, Stretch, Fit, Tile and Center. The current resolution of the wallpaper is also displayed along with its preview. Lastly, you can easily specify a different Clock Folder of your choice from here if you wish.

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now your pc get new look,

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What makes Dexclock really shine is its ability to let you download additional wallpaper clocks for free, All you have to do is download the desired wallpaper clock from the web portal and place it in your Clock Folder.

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