There are several ways to boost your computer’s performance and I’ve detailed several ways, including how to start your day with a fresh computer. If that’s not enough for you, you can configure your computer to automatically deframent the hard discs on boot up.
To make Windows boot up faster, you can defragment your system’s boot files. This will decrease the time it takes for your computer to start up. Boot defragment should be enabled by default; however, it might not be enabled on your computer.
How To Enable Boot-Time Defragmentation
As always, please read this important information on editing the System Registry.
- Hit the Windows Key+R, type regedit into the run dialog and hit OK.
- Now that you’re in the the Registry, navigate to this key:
- Exit the Registry.
You can download this Registry key and call it at will! Just download and double-click the entry you’d like to add to your system. Also, if you’d like to make sure that there isn’t any malicious code (which I suggest, it’s your system – don’t trust anyone!), right-click the downloaded file and click Edit (or open it in Notepad). The code should closely match the instructions above.