Showing posts with label windows 7. Show all posts
Showing posts with label windows 7. Show all posts

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Tips to increase Windows 7 Performance and speed up your PC

Windows 7
When the day passes on, the speed of the machine goes slow and which results in slow in performance of the machine. This also applies for the windows operating system, the speed of the system will go unbearably slow and this will make you feel uncomfortable for working in your personal computer. In this post, has provided few simple tips about how to increase the performance of the windows 7 operating system.

Tip 1: Disable the unnecessary services: Microsoft has several built-in services that have been running without your knowledge and also this makes the system to perform well. If you install any software in your personal computer, then it will gradually decrease the speed of the operating system. Sometimes, the windows operating system will improve the speed of the windows operating system. But the number of system services increases; it will decrease the performance of the personal computer. In such cases, you can modify or disable the services that are running in the personal computer. Once you have disable the system services, then you can see the changes in the speed of your windows 7 PC.

Tip 2: Keep an Eye on Power Settings for better performance: In some cases, power supply plays an important role in the performance of the personal computer. Always choose the power supply option in high performance in the windows 7 personal computer. Suppose, if you were using the personal computer for less performance, you can use the power saver option. In order to change the power plans in your windows 7 personal computer, go to Control Panel -> Power options and then you can choose your plan settings for more performance.

Tip 3: Decrease the number of Startup Items in your Windows 7 Personal Computer: The startup programs play an important role in the performance of the operating system. If the number of programs in the operating system is more, then the performance of the windows 7 personal computer will become very slow. You can monitor the activity of the personal computer and also you can remove the various startup programs in the personal computer by typing MS config. in the run command; it will open a menu box that shows all information about the number of services and startup menu in the windows 7 operating system.

Tip 4: Remove Viruses and Spyware from the System:
The number of viruses program that are available in the personal computer will reduce the performance of the PC. Install the anti-malware program in your windows 7 personal computer and it will reduce the number of malware that are found in the windows 7 personal computer. Mostly I used to install the Microsoft Security Essentials in the windows 7 personal computer; it is more powerful while compared to the other anti-virus software that is found in the market.

Saturday, 21 December 2013

How to install Windows 7 using USB

Windows 7 via USB
You don’t necessarily need an OS CD to install your OS into your computer. USB is more than enough. The activity is similar of transferring files to your computer but that can’t say it’s an easy job. Installing OS is a matter of patience.

This method is highly useful where you have a PC which doesn’t have a DVD drive or a tablet or any notebook that has ports only for connecting USB’s.


• A 4GB USB flash Drive. Know the details about the flash drive. (Know the details about your USB)

• Installation Files either from a DVD drive or an access to a computer which has Windows 7 that is working properly.

Note: This process consumes around an hour.

Before copying the installation files into your USB format it and make it into a bootable device.

Open a command prompt and run it as administrator. If you don’t know then search cmd.exe in start and select it. Do a right click and select run as administrator as shown:
Step 1

The following steps might be easy to guide you in the installation process. It involves installation in the command prompt mode.


First copy the contents of the USB to a safe location in your computer. Now go to “Command Prompt mode.” Type cmd and press ctrl+shift+enter (else)

Go to Start ->Programs ->Accessories ->Command prompt -> select run as Administrator


First type “list disk” to list the number of active devices in your device.

Next type the following commands once at a time and give some time after one command so that it executes it.
Type “DISKPART” and you get the following message

Note down the disk number. Here the disk number is 1.
Step 2

So type the following commands as shown.

SELECT DISK 1 (where 1 is the disk number or in here it is the USB number)

CLEAN (removes existing partitions including hidden sectors)

CREATEPARTITION PRIMARY (creates a new partition with default parameters)

SELECT PARTITION 1 (It focuses on the newly created partition)

ACTIVE (makes this partition active)

FORMAT FS=NTFS (takes time to format the disc depends on the size of USB)

ASSIGN(it assigns a number to USB. Note down it)

EXIT(quits diskpart tool)

Now you’ll get a window shown as follows.

Friday, 18 October 2013

Free up disk space with a new Windows 7 feature

disk clean up
Clandestinely Microsoft has its Windows 7 donated a new feature that allows you to shovel several gigabytes of space on your hard drive. The new cleaning function can delete old Windows Update files. The cleaning function appears when you click in Windows Explorer, right -click the icon for the C drive and select properties then clean with a mouse click, cleanup and system files.

In the window that appears you should see an updated Windows 7 with the line “Windows Update Cleanup." In the example shown in the picture can also make free almost two gigabytes of storage space. Missing you at the entry, you can find the download in the Microsoft Knowledge Base KB 2,852,386th