Windows 7 is slow? Wondering how to speed up Windows 7, without breaking the bank? Well, maybe I can help. But first off you need to make sure that you have met the minimum hardware requirements to run Windows 7 on your computer. Here they are:-
- 1 GHz (32 - or 64-bit)
- 1 GB of RAM
- 16 GB of free disk space
- Support for DirectX 9 graphics with 128 MB of memory (for the Aero interface)
- A DVD-R / W
Remember though that if you were able to work effectively with Windows XP or Vista, there should be little reason why you can not also run Windows 7's new Windows operating system is designed to be lightweight and fast operational without the need for huge amounts of RAM or GHz. Most people have trouble are those who try to jump from Windows 2000 to Windows 7
If you meet or come close to these requirements, and Windows 7 is still slow, then the problem is elsewhere. To begin, reducing the amount of programs running in the background. You can use msconfig to do this or simply install the software that identifies the program in secret in the background and eating a lot of virtual memory.
The other option is to clean the Windows registry. This may be the most effective ways to speed up Windows 7 There is no internal cleaning tool to clear errors and corrupted files from the registry. This contributes to significant congestion, which will slow Windows 7 significantly.
Although these settings can be complicated to do alone, you can scan your system with software that will solve these problems automatically. It will only take a few minutes and you should see a faster Windows 7 away. Do not worry about compatibility issues if the program can run on Vista, it can run on Windows 7