Actually, when we purchase a new Windows 10 PC, we are not excited that we just get a new and cool gadget, but the neat startup, rocket-soaring- fast software launches, and a large amount of the disk space and the Internet seems to speed up.

However, we won’t be happy about this for long, since the PC’s performance will be reduced over time, with our terrible using habits, like never cleaning the dump files from uninstalled software and allowing all kinds of autostart applications.

We can change that way. It is quite easy to use tuneup utilities to boost your PC’s performance. Mostly, an advanced PC tuneup utility will scan your PC for useless files, invalid registry entries, privacy-risk data, and tune up the Windows by optimizing, defragment and managing the system, software, and hardware. It also provides restoration service, just in case that it deletes the wrong data.

Take  Neptune SystemCare Ultimate, for example, to show how to use tuneup utilities to boost your PC’s performance.

1. PC Checkup for Most Dump and Risky Files

->Download and launch Neptune SystemCare Ultimate.

->Click Checkup to get the report.

2. Fix the Problems

->After Checkup, click Fix right on the report.

3. System Tuneup to Boost PC Performance

There are 5 functions under System Tuneup tab. You can have the whole package tuneup once a week to get a faster PC.

->System Optimizer

->Disk Defrag

->Registry Defrag

->Startup Manager

->Context Menu

They are easy to use by just clicking on some buttons, so little introduction would be written.

The function of tuneup utilities is much more than what mentioned above. Good habits would postpone Windows 10 slowness. So, when you get a tuneup utility, you would better launch the software and keep a basic scan and fix every day.