99 Cara Membuat Komputer Anda Sangat Cepat

 99 Cara Membuat Komputer Anda Sangat Cepat



Selama beberapa tahun terakhir bekerja di TI untuk berbagai perusahaan sebagai Administrator Sistem, Administrator Jaringan, dan profesional Help Desk, saya telah menulis dan belajar tentang banyak cara untuk meningkatkan kinerja tidak hanya PC saya, tetapi juga banyak cara PC di jaringan saya mulai dari Windows 98 hingga Windows 10.


Dalam artikel ini, saya berharap dapat menyusun daftar besar dari semua metode dan trik berbeda yang telah saya gunakan untuk mengeluarkan sedikit jus terakhir dari PC yang lambat. Apakah Anda menggunakan PC lama atau perangkat keras terbaru dan terbaik, Anda masih dapat menggunakan beberapa tips ini untuk membuat PC Anda berjalan lebih cepat.

Daftar isi


Perhatikan bahwa sejak saya menulis dua blog, Help Desk Geek dan Online Tech Tips, saya sebelumnya telah menulis tentang banyak tips kinerja yang akan saya tautkan kembali secara keseluruhan. Jika saya belum menulis tentang itu, saya telah memberikan tautan ke artikel yang relevan dari beberapa situs favorit saya yang lain. Daftar ini tidak dalam urutan tertentu, hanya ditulis dalam urutan yang saya bisa memikirkannya.


Mungkin ada banyak tweak hebat dan peretasan kinerja yang saya lewatkan di sini, jadi silakan beri komentar! Menikmati!


Percepat Daftar PC Anda


1. Defragmentasi hard disk komputer Anda menggunakan alat bawaan Windows atau program pihak ketiga.


2. Anda juga harus melakukan defragment file halaman dan registri Windows jika Anda masih menjalankan Windows XP.


3. Bersihkan ruang hard drive disk yang diambil oleh file-file sementara, recycle bin, file hibernasi dan banyak lagi. Anda juga dapat menggunakan alat seperti TreeSize untuk menentukan apa yang menghabiskan ruang di hard drive Anda.


4. Load up Windows lebih cepat dengan menggunakan Startup Delayer, sebuah program gratis yang akan mempercepat waktu booting Windows dengan menunda startup program.


5. Berbicara tentang program startup, banyak dari mereka yang tidak berguna dan dapat dimatikan. Gunakan utilitas MSCONFIG untuk menonaktifkan program startup.


6. Secara default, ukuran file paging dikendalikan oleh Windows, yang dapat menyebabkan fragmentasi. Juga, file paging harus berada di hard drive atau partisi yang berbeda dari partisi boot. Baca di sini untuk aturan tentang kinerja file paging terbaik.


7. Di Windows, secara default, layanan pengindeksan Windows Search diaktifkan untuk semua hard drive lokal. Menonaktifkan pengindeksan adalah cara sederhana untuk meningkatkan kinerja.


8. Jika Anda tidak peduli dengan semua efek visual mewah di Windows, Anda dapat mematikannya dengan masuk ke Performance Options.


9. Anda dapat mengoptimalkan waktu boot Windows menggunakan berbagai teknik termasuk memperbarui BIOS atau menonaktifkan perangkat keras yang tidak perlu.


10. Bersihkan registri Anda dengan menghapus pintasan yang rusak, DLL bersama yang hilang, jalur yang tidak valid, referensi penginstal yang tidak valid, dan banyak lagi. Baca tentang satu pembersih registri yang benar-benar saya rekomendasikan.


11. Salah satu alasan utama mengapa PC lambat adalah karena spyware. Berikut adalah daftar program anti-malware dan anti-spyware terbaik saya di luar sana.


12. Jika Anda memiliki infeksi spyware yang lebih dalam seperti rootkit yang sangat sulit untuk dihapus, Anda mungkin perlu melakukan pemindaian virus secara offline.

13. Hapus perangkat lunak pra-instal yang tidak diinginkan (alias perangkat lunak sampah) dari PC baru Anda menggunakan PC Decrapifier.


14. Nonaktifkan layanan non-Microsoft Windows yang tidak perlu yang memperlambat komputer Anda.


15. Tweak Windows XP dan tweak pengaturan Windows 7 atau Windows 10 menggunakan program gratis.


16. Nonaktifkan UAC (User Account Control) di Windows jika Anda adalah pengguna tingkat lanjut.


17. Sesuaikan pengaturan mouse Anda sehingga Anda dapat menyalin dan menempel lebih cepat, menggulir lebih cepat, menavigasi dengan cepat saat menjelajah dan banyak lagi.


18. Hapus file sementara dan tidak terpakai di komputer Anda menggunakan program gratis seperti CCleaner. Itu juga dapat memperbaiki masalah dengan registri Anda.


19. Hapus riwayat penjelajahan Internet Anda, file Internet sementara, dan cookie untuk mengosongkan ruang disk dan meningkatkan privasi Anda.


20. Bersihkan folder prefetch Windows untuk meningkatkan kinerja jika Anda menggunakan Windows XP.


21. Jika Anda pengguna Firefox, lihat panduan utama saya untuk membuat Firefox lebih cepat.


22. Kurangi jumlah font yang harus dimuat komputer Anda saat startup.


23. Apakah komputer Anda lambat untuk dimatikan atau hang saat dimatikan? Baca artikel untuk perbaikan.


24. Transfer data melalui jaringan Anda lebih cepat dengan memaksa Windows menggunakan koneksi kabel melalui koneksi nirkabel.


25. Matikan pemulihan sistem hanya jika Anda secara teratur mencadangkan mesin Windows Anda menggunakan perangkat lunak pihak ketiga.


26. Pindahkan atau ubah lokasi folder My Documents Anda sehingga berada di partisi atau hard drive yang terpisah.


27. Memecahkan masalah menu konteks klik kanan yang muncul lambat di Windows.


28. Berbicara tentang menu konteks klik kanan, Anda juga dapat mengedit menu konteks klik kanan dan menghapus item yang tidak perlu untuk meningkatkan kecepatan tampilan.


29. Apakah Internet Anda juga berjalan agak lambat? Berikut adalah beberapa tips untuk meningkatkan kecepatan internet Anda juga.


30. Selain itu, koneksi internet yang lambat bisa berarti orang lain mencuri WiFi Anda. Pastikan tidak ada orang lain yang menggunakan WiFi dan Internet Anda.


31. Tingkatkan kecepatan transfer LAN dengan memutakhirkan router atau modem lama ke versi terbaru.


32. Harus menyalin sejumlah besar file kecil di seluruh jaringan? Windows bisa lambat, jadi periksa beberapa program penyalinan cepat pihak ketiga.

33. Is your supposedly super fast SSD loading slowly? Here’s how to fix slow boot up times if you’re using an SSD.


34. Speed up your Internet browsing by using an external DNS server such as OpenDNS or Google DNS.


35. Improve Windows performance by using ReadyBoost, a newer feature whereby can use the free space on your USB drive as a caching mechanism.


36. Have a lot of tabs open in your browser window? Use keyboard shortcuts to switch between tabs faster.


37. If you have an overloaded system with tons of programs, etc., it may be a good idea to do a clean install of Windows.


38. Are your HD videos lagging or choppy when playing in Windows. Here are a couple of remedies.


39. If you use Outlook desktop, here are several tips for how to reduce the amount of memory Outlook uses.


40. If you’re an overlocker, you might be interested in some RAM, GPU and CPU tuning utilities.


41. Use a program called TeraCopy to speed up file copying in Windows.


42. Though I depend on ads for my livelihood, you’ll definitely be browsing faster if you use an ad-blocker extension in your browser. Just whitelist my site please!


43. Invest in a program like DeepFreeze if your computer is used by other people, especially kids, who install crap onto your system and slow it down.


44. Using a Intel Celeron processor on your PC? Might be worth looking into a Core i3, i5 or i7 processor. i9 is just ridiculous.


45. Install more RAM in your machine if you are running Windows with anything less than 2 GB of RAM.


46. Change your power settings to Maximum Performance instead of Balanced. It’ll use more energy, but make your computer faster.


47. Try out the Performance Troubleshooter in Windows 7 and Windows 10. It actually gives some good advice.


48. If you are reinstalling Windows, make sure that you partition your hard drives correctly to maximize performance.


49. Is your disk usage always close to 100% in task manager? Here are a couple of tips to fix that problem.


50. Convert your PC into a virtual machine using Hyper-V for free and visit risky sites or install junk program, games, etc. in the virtual machine instead of the host operating system.


51. Do not clear your paging file during shutdown unless it is needed for security purposes. Clearing the paging file slows down shutdown.


52. If your XP or Vista computer is not using NFTS, make sure you convert your FAT disk to the NTFS file system.


53. Update all of your drivers in Windows, including chipset and motherboard drivers to their latest versions.


54. Every once in awhile run the built-in Windows Disk Cleanup utility.


55. Use Task Manager to find resource hungry processes running on your PC.


56. Remove unnecessary or old programs from the Add/Remove or Programs and Features dialog in the Control Panel.


57. Use a program click memtest86 or Prime95 to check for bad memory on your PC.


58. Determine your BIOS version and check the manufactures website to see if you need to update your BIOS.


59. Every once in awhile, clean your mouse, keyboard and computer fans of dust and other buildup.


60. Replace a slow 5400 RPM hard drive with a faster 7200 RPM drive, SATA drive, SSD drive or SAS drive. Here’s how you can check the RPM of your hard drive.


61. Changing from Master/Slave to Cable Select on your hard drive configuration can significantly decrease your boot time.


62. Perform a virus scan on your computer regularly. Here’s a list of the most popular anti-virus software and some tips on how to protect yourself from viruses and malware.


63. Remove extra toolbars from your Windows taskbar and from your Internet browser.


64. Disable the Windows Vista and 7 Sidebar if you’re not really using it for anything important. All those gadgets take up memory and processing power.


65. If you have a SATA drive and you’re running Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can speed up your PC by enabling the advanced write caching features.


66. Learn how to use keyboard shortcuts for Windows 8, Windows 10, Microsoft Excel, Outlook, or create your own keyboard shortcuts.


67. Turn off the Aero visual effects in Windows Vista and 7 to increase computer performance.


68. If you are technically savvy and don’t mind taking a few risks, you can try to overclock your processor.


69. Speed up the Send To menu in Explorer by typing “sendto” in the Run dialog box and deleting unnecessary items.


70. Make sure to download all the latest Windows Updates, Service Packs, and hotfixes as they “normally” help your computer work better. You can update Windows without using Windows Update too.


71. Make sure that there are no bad sectors or other errors on your hard drive by using the ScanDisk or chkdsk utility.


72. If you are not using some of the hardware on your computer, i.e. floppy drive, CD-ROM drive, USB ports, IR ports, firewire port, etc., then go into your BIOS and disable them so that they do not use any power and do not have to be loaded during boot up.


73. Though it may seem silly, you can actually install faster software on your system. For example, Google Chrome is much faster than Firefox and IE IMHO. If you are using Adobe Photoshop, you can possibly accomplish the same tasks using Paint.NET. Use LibreOffice instead of Microsoft Office. You get the idea, right?


74. If you have a dual boot setup, you can shorten the length of the boot menu timeout so that your preferred OS loads faster.


75. Though it’s less secure, you can always setup automatic login in Windows so that you boot right to the desktop after a restart.


76. I already mentioned reducing visual effects, but the same dialog has an option for processor scheduling also. You can choose from Programs or Background Services.


77. If you have lots of files in a single folder, it can slow down Explorer. It’s best to create multiple folders and spread out the files between the folders.


78. If you have files that are generally large on a specific partition, you might want to consider increasing the cluster size on NTFS to 16K or even 32K instead of 4K. This will help speed up opening of files. Only for advanced users.


79. OneDrive comes bundled with Windows 10 and eats up resources even if you’re not using it. Disable or uninstall OneDrive if you don’t need the cloud syncing.


80. Turn off unnecessary features in Windows by going to Control Panel, choosing Uninstall a program, and then clicking on Turn Windows features on and off. You can turn off Remote Differential Compression, Tablet PC components, DFS replication service, Windows Fax & Scan, Windows Meeting Space, Media Features, IE 11 and lots more.


81. If you have enabled the Hibernation feature in Windows 10, then you should also make sure Fast Startup is enabled for quicker boot time.


82. Completely uninstall programs and applications using a program like Revo Uninstaller. It will get rid of remnants left behind by normal uninstalls.


83. If you know what you are doing, you can install several hard drives into your machine and set them up in RAID 0, RAID 5, or other RAID configurations. RAID 0 is the fastest.


84. If you are using USB 1.0 or USB 2.0 ports, upgrade them to USB 3.0 ports. Or just buy a new expansion card and install it into an empty slot.


85. Remove the drivers for all old devices that may be hidden in Device Manager that you no longer use.


86. A more extreme option is to choose a faster operating system. If you find Vista or 7 to be slow, go with Windows 10. Switching to Mac OS X or Linux is also an option.


87. If you don’t care about the live tiles in the Windows 10 start menu, then you should disable them to improve performance.


88. It can be complicated to upgrade a CPU, but that’s not the case for GPUs. Upgrading your GPU can increase the performance of your PC even if you have an older CPU.


89. Disconnect any unused USB devices from your computer. They will slow down the boot and login processes in Windows.


90. If you have a desktop background, make sure it’s a small and simple bitmap image rather than a fancy picture off the Internet. The best is to find a really small texture and to tile it.


91. Change the privacy settings in Windows 10 so that your PC isn’t always trying to connect to Microsoft’s servers.


92. I’ve already mentioned virus scanning, but it’s worth mentioning that Windows Defender is usually good enough and you should uninstall any third-party anti-virus product as it will slow down your system. I still recommend using an anti-malware program in addition to Windows Defender.


93. If you have a custom built computer or a PC that was previously used, make sure to check the BIOS for optimal settings such as enabled CPU caches, correctly set IDE/SATA data transfer modes, memory timings, updated drivers, etc. You can also enable Fast/Quick boot if you have that option.


94. If you’ve been using one local account for a long time, it might be worth the effort to create a new user account with a clean profile. You can then delete the older user account later.


95. Though sometimes useful, if you want better performance you can disable taskbar thumbnails and disable thumbnail previews in Explorer.


96. For advanced users, you can disable program compatibility assistant, which checks each program at run-time for compatibility issues.


97. If you don’t use the Cortana digital assistant in Windows 10, you can save quite a bit of resources by disabling it altogether.


98. If you are running a 32-bit version of Windows, you need to get to a 64-bit version ASAP, even if it means upgrading your hardware.


99. Buy a new computer!!! ;) Pretty easy eh?


Whew! If you got through that entire list, I’m very impressed! Not all tips will apply to everyone, but there literally wasn’t anything else out on the Internet that I could add to this. If I have missed a good performance tip, make sure to comment. Enjoy!


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