How to Make Fast Shutdown and Startup in Windows 10

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These tips will tell you how you can make Windows 10 faster. Using these tips, you can make Windows PC startup faster, and run & shutdown faster as well as improve & boost Windows 10 performance. Here are some useful practical tips to speed up a slow PC & make Windows 10 faster for gaming & daily use.

NOTE: For a regular user the first few points are usually more than sufficient to make Windows faster. The remaining are some more, which a tweak enthusiast may wish to consider. I suggest you create a system restore point first before tweaking your system. I also suggest you do not make too many changes at one time or in a single day. Also, see if the particular tweak applies to your version of Windows.

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While you can carry out the tweaks manually, using freeware like Ultimate Windows Tweaker or WinPatrol may make things that much easier for you.

Restrict the number of start-ups

Why have programs starting up when you don’t use them. Even those you need can always be started manually by clicking on the program’s icon. I prefer not to have ANY startups – except my antivirus software running. So decide for yourself which ones you need to start-up every time your Windows boots. You may use msconfig in Windows 8/7 or Task Manager in Windows 10 to manage startup programs. You can also delay Startup Programs or control the order in which they load when Windows boots.

Remove pre-installed Crapware

Remove any crapware which may have come pre-installed on your new Windows PC, as many a time it’s this crapware that causes a machine to crawl!

Turn on Fast Startup

In Windows 10/8.1, you can select the Turn on Fast Startup option.

01. Go to Control Panel

02. Select the Power Options

03. Choose what the power buttons do – Shutdown settings.

Reduce Visual Effects

Open Control Panel and search for Visual Effects. Under Performance Options, you can adjust for the best performance or select or unselect the options manually. This will tweak visual effects and remove a lot of eye-candy. You may, however, want to check the Smooth edges of screen fonts, and therefore go in for a Custom selection.

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Disabling all can actually negate the purpose of ‘eye-friendly’ Windows 10/8/7, and make it look and feel ‘bland’ – so use your discretion and chose your options wisely.

Defragment Drives

Defragment your Drives regularly. Of course, nowadays, you don’t really need to do it manually as the built-in Windows defragmenter does a good job at defragmenting files in the background whenever your system is idle. But if you wish you may use a third-party free defragmentation software too.

Check Hard Disk for errors

From time to time, it is a good practice to check your hard disk drive for errors using a tool built into Windows called CHKDSK (for Check Disk). In Windows 8/10, Microsoft has redesigned chkdsk utility. The disk is periodically checked for file system errors, bad sectors, lost clusters, etc., during Automatic Maintenance and you now no longer need to go and run it.

Delete Junk Files, Clean Registry & optimize Windows

While deleting junk and temporary files may not exactly make your Windows faster, it is more a matter of good housekeeping. You may use the built-in Disk Cleanup Utility or freeware like CCleaner or Quick Clean to do the same. Whether one should use a free Registry Cleaner to clean up the Windows Registry occasionally is a matter of debate, so you may take a call on it. However, I do use it once a month to remove left-over registry keys. Compacting the Registry occasionally is a good idea too. If you are looking for a shareware optimizer, you may want to consider TuneUp Utilities, BoostSpeed, or PowerSuite Pro. These beginner tips to optimize Windows for better performance will also interest you.

Fix-It for slow Windows computers

Microsoft has released a Fix It for slow Windows computers. It will automatically diagnose and fix causes of poor system performance, such as the power saver setting, multiple anti-virus programs running, multiple startup programs running, and too many users logged on to the computer.

Use High-Performance Power Plan

The default Power Setting in the “Power Saver” plan limits the CPU to 50 percent in Windows OS. Open the Power Options Control Panel and change it to “High Performance” to give your CPU full throttle.

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