Computers like we all know are machines that perform tasks or calculations according to a set of instructions, or programs. Performance
Information and Tools, the Windows Experience
Index, and ReadyBoost all offer ways to help improve the performance of your
computer. There are lots of computer safety measures but the best computing safety tips is to avoid over heating and chose solid passwords.
Tasks in the left pane
of Performance Information and Tools can help you improve your computer’s
Adjust visual effects
Optimize performance by changing
how menus and windows appear.
Adjust indexing options
Indexing options can help you
find what you’re looking for quickly and easily on your computer.
You can search more efficiently
by narrowing your search to focus on those files and folders that you
Adjust power settings
Change power-related settings so
that your computer resumes from power-saving settings more efficiently, and
adjust battery usage for portable computers.
Open Disk Cleanup
This tool deletes unnecessary or
temporary files on your hard disk so you can increase the amount of storage
space you have.
Access advanced system tools,
such as Event Viewer, Disk Defragmenter, and System Information, that
system administrators and IT professionals often use to solve problems. You
can also view notifications about performance-related issues and what to do
about them. For example, if Windows detects that a driver is reducing
performance, click the notification to learn which driver is causing the
problem and view help on how to update the driver. Issues listed at the
beginning of the list are impacting the system more than issues listed
further down the list.