Windows 10: Windows 10 optimization

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  1. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Home
       17 Apr 2016 #1

    Windows 10 optimization


    Hi, I'm not having any notable issues, but I have a question for a little bit more experienced users.

    I've recently upgraded ram from 2 GB to 16 GB and installed a ssd which is awesome, but I don't have the best CPU in the world. So, I was wondering is there anyway I can take less strain on my CPU by fully taking advantage of my new upgrades. I'm not new to tweaking I'm just looking for anything that'll help.

    Thanks
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  2.    17 Apr 2016 #2

    Not really. Upgrading ram and ssu is a bit like a sprinter in a race. He might get away from blocks quickly, but if he does not have the basic speed (cpu), he will always lose the race.

    Obviously you can make sure you only start up programs you need, don't try and run too many apps simultaneously etc, experiment with browsers etc, but fundamentally not much you can do.

    You might be able to overclock the cpu but no idea how to do this?
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       17 Apr 2016 #3

    Alright, thanks. And I rather not overclock without a better cooling system.
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  4.    17 Apr 2016 #4

    Joredon said: View Post
    Hi, I'm not having any notable issues, but I have a question for a little bit more experienced users.

    I've recently upgraded ram from 2 GB to 16 GB and installed a ssd which is awesome, but I don't have the best CPU in the world. So, I was wondering is there anyway I can take less strain on my CPU by fully taking advantage of my new upgrades. I'm not new to tweaking I'm just looking for anything that'll help.

    Thanks
    This depends on the programs your running on a daily basis.

    If a program, like a game for instance, needs a fast CPU to load data into RAM
    then upgrading the CPU is your best bet. Any graphics related programs will
    also too, like Photoshop. These need brute power to work fast and efficiently.

    However most day to day activities, well no.
    Windows "learns" what you run, and starts to cache data in memory in order
    to speed up program loading. If your basically web surfing, doing lite video
    then no.

    What CPU do you have and full system specs?

    IMHO upgrading a CPU would be my LAST upgrade. You have done what is best so far.
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  5. Posts : 2,181
    Windows 10.3 Home 1703 x64 (Home per choice)
       17 Apr 2016 #5

    You could try Process Lasso.
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  6. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       22 Apr 2016 #6

    msny said: View Post
    This depends on the programs your running on a daily basis.

    If a program, like a game for instance, needs a fast CPU to load data into RAM
    then upgrading the CPU is your best bet. Any graphics related programs will
    also too, like Photoshop. These need brute power to work fast and efficiently.

    However most day to day activities, well no.
    Windows "learns" what you run, and starts to cache data in memory in order
    to speed up program loading. If your basically web surfing, doing lite video
    then no.

    What CPU do you have and full system specs?

    IMHO upgrading a CPU would be my LAST upgrade. You have done what is best so far.
    I have an AMD Quad-Core E2-6110 1.5GHz which i believe is integrated.

    Windows 10 Home x64
    AMD Quad-Core E2-6110 1.5GHz
    16 GB DDR3 ram
    500GB Samsung SSD
    AMD Radeon R2 Graphics (which is definately integrated)
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  7. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       22 Apr 2016 #7

    TairikuOkami said: View Post
    You could try Process Lasso.
    Seems like a nifty prog. I'll check it out. Thanks!
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  8. Posts : 20,006
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16184
       22 Apr 2016 #8

    Hello Joredon, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    If you like, here are some additional items in the tutorial below you could do to help optimize Windows 10.

    Optimize Performance of Windows 10
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  9.    22 Apr 2016 #9

    And never delete prefetch files. And don't use a registry cleaner, but defrag it.
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  10.    22 Apr 2016 #10

    Hi,

    And don't use a registry cleaner, but defrag it.
    Why not use a registry cleaner but defrag it ??

    Sounds like don't delete obsolete files, just defrag that drive to me.....

    Cheers,
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 
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