Is your computer running slower than you think it should? Then, read on to see what you can do right now to improve its speed. You may be surprised to discover out that its takes only a few simple steps to make your computer run faster.
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Simple Steps to Make Your Computer Run Faster
Create a Backup: – Many of us like to store so much information on the computer hard disk because it gives us easy access to the information. If that is what you do, you will realise that creating backup if very important. Your backup data should includes but not limited to information such as official documents, Photos of cherished memories, School assignments, Tax returns, created and saved Usernames and Passwords, and, many more data that are important to you.
Before making any major changes, it is always a good idea to back up IMPORTANT files.
Get an External Hard Drivethat is larger in capacity than the hard drive you want to backup its data.
Insert the USB cable of your External Hard Drive into the USB port of your computer, your computer should automatically detect the drive and immediately prompt you with options to use the drive for back up. Follow the on screen instructions to complete the backup process.
If you are worried about losing or damaging an external hard drive, you can back up important files online. Subscribe to a secure online backup service, You can then set your computer to back up to the cloud on a schedule or even every time you make a change to a file.
You can also back up into CDs or DVDs, but CDs or DVDs are easy to get scratched, broken, or damaged so keep them in a safe and well protected place.
Did I Hear You Say How Does Backup Help to Speed Up My Computer?
By creating a backup for your computer, it allows you to make necessary changes to your files and document without any unnecessary panic of losing important data. You can now go ahead and delete or remove any redundant file(s) or documents, programs, applications, to create more space on your hard drive.
Feel free to search for files with larger size. For example “files greater than 200 MB” then go ahead and Delete, compress, or move any files you want to save to your back up drive.
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Restart, or completely shut down the computer, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on. Make sure you save any projects or documents you are working on before turning off or restarting your computer!
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