The best way for Windows PC speed up
By Renee | 07/Dec/2022
The fresh Windows PC sometimes fades quickly. Files and folders take forever to open, programs shut down not as fast as before and tedious logins and start-ups seem to be a daily occurrence. However, Windows PCs don’t have to slow down over time. Whether your PC has gradually become slower or it suddenly freezes a few minutes ago, there could be quite a few solutions for that slowness.
Fortunately, there is a better and faster way than manually troubleshooting and fixing the problem yourself—use an advanced PC Speed up utility, Neptune SystemCare Ultimate. It removes junk files and registry errors, blocks bloatware and unwanted auto-start settings, clears out hard drive and wipes various temp files, browser histories, and caches. Not only does this free up the system resources, it also eliminates traces of your browsing activity to protect your privacy. Let’s see how it works on your Windows PC.
Step 1 One-click PC Checkup
Help you find potential system issues like invalid registry entries, dump files, and privacy risks, remove them and speed up the basic items with one click.
Step 2 System Clean
In System Cleaner tab, Registry Cleaner is used to scan and repair the registry. You can use Advanced Cleaner to clean and free up more hard disk space, and use Common Cleaner as a routine to rid your PC of junk files and broken shortcuts.
Step 3 System Optimization
You really should take advantage of this section. System Optimizer is a comprehensive function to accelerate Startup and Shutdown, stabilize system, speed up system and network. You can choose to tuneup all the items by checking the box Select All at the bottom.
Startup Manager is delicate to help PC speed up boot time by preventing unnecessary bloatware from launching at startup
Step 4 Privacy Protection
It can help you with both local and online potential privacy risks by clearing browsing history and obsolete instant messaging data. Also, Password Generator here can generate the strong password for you to safeguard your accounts.
Step 5 System Monitor
This is just like an upgraded Task Manager, but displaying much easier understanding interface than what you have in Microsoft. And you can monitor your CPU resources all the time, and discover memory trapped by applications that are no longer using it, and free it up. What’s more, it will find and scale back resource-hogging programs that can slow you down.