Despite all the innovative new features of Windows 10, you cannot escape PC slowdown overtime without appropriate maintenance. Perfect normal daily use would generate system and applications clutters which accumulate in your Windows 10, and to some extent, bogging down PC running speed.

So, how to fix the slow performance issue in Windows 10 to boost PC speed? Here are some useful tips, which will take less than 30 minutes to implement. If you are a busy business man, use a professional PC speed up tool is the best cost-effective way. Neptune SystemCare Ultimate fully checks up and cleans up the problems slowing down your PC; improves the default settings to dig out the impressive potential of Windows 10, giving the best experience ever. If you want to do it manually, you can follow the tips below.

1. Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows

With a few tweaks such as maximizing RAM, you can make Windows 10 run even faster.

-Go to the Start Menu and click on Settings.

-Type performance in the box and choose Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.

-In the new window, go to the Advanced tab and under the Virtual memory section, click on Change.

-At the bottom of the new window, check what the Recommended value is and how it compares to Currently allocated.

-If the current setting is significantly less than the recommended, uncheck the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives box at the top of the windows and then click on Custom size.

-Enter the Recommended value in the Initial Size box, and a larger figure in the Maximum size box.

-Click OK to save the new settings.

2. Delete unwanted programs and software

Some time we download and install programs for testing purpose or for a few time uses only. You can uninstall these type of undesired programs from windows 10. Even though you are not using these programs but some services and system files of these programs load in Windows 10 all the time. Go to Programs and Features to completely uninstalling these unwanted programs on your PC.


3. Make more space

Hard drives cope better with a bit more of free space (10 per cent free should keep things smooth in a widespread rule). You can sort out your files by size and delete the old and unwanted ones.

4. Defrag

Defragging a hard drive could potentially give you that little extra speed boost. You can:

-Open File Explorer and choose the disk you want to defrag.

-Right click on the disk and select Properties and then Tools tab.

-Click the Defragment Now... button to open the Disk Defragmenter, then click the Defragment button. This can take a long time depending on the size of your storage.

5. Update

Updating everything should make your system work faster and better, apart from bug fixes and new features. Do not forget the browsers. New updates allow websites to render properly and run faster.

These five PC speed up tips for Windows 10 is definitely worth a try (hope it’s useful), but if you are looking for more convenient ways, use an advanced PC optimization utility.