Windows 10: Looking for every way possible to squeeze as much performance

  1.    28 Oct 2017 #1

    Looking for every way possible to squeeze as much performance

    Hey guys, so I bought a Minix Z64 Windows edition and it's very weak hardware wise, but it does the job pretty nicely when I load any media on to it, which is it's only purpose.
    I find myself enjoying it a lot, it has very nice performance for a streamer but I can't help but to wonder if there is any way to make it even better. It has the latest Windows 10 Home Edition (1709), I updated all the drivers, I cleaned almost all of the bloatware and I generally did anything I can think of to improve it. Browsing the web is also pretty quick (using Chrome) but browsing Youtube was kinda not as great as I'd want it to be.

    Are there any things I can do to improve my performance? I remember back in the Windows 7 days there are AIO programs to disable and enable all sort of features and cool tricks. Anyway, I'd gladly get any help I can.

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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 18242
       28 Oct 2017 #2

    Hello Dani, :)

    Here are a few ways in the tutorial below that you can pick and choose from to improve the performance of Windows 10.

    Optimize Performance of Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials
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