Windows 10 is considered one of the most successful Microsoft systems, and this is because the company has supported it for a long time and continues to support it so far, and you can speed up Windows 10 through a set of steps that you take within the system, and this without installing any external applications.
This means better device resource management, and getting rid of some extra and unimportant features in Windows 10.
Disable shadows and visual effects
Windows 10 comes with an upgraded set of shades and various visual effects that make it look more beautiful than previous systems. But the visual effects make Windows 10 heavy on old or somewhat weak computers, so the first step in speeding up Windows 10 is to get rid of these effects that make the system heavy.
You can easily stop it, by following these steps:
Open the search box in Windows 10 and type sysdm.cpl.
When the system settings window appears, click on the advanced settings page.
On the advanced settings page, click on the Performance section.
And you can modify all the visual effects in Windows 10 that affect the speed and performance of the system, so if you want to speed up Windows 10, you should turn off some of these effects.
And if you have enough experience and skill, you can close some effects manually, but you can have the system choose these effects for you by itself.
By clicking on Adjust For Best Performance via the options that appear in front of you at the top of the window.
Disable transparency settings:
Windows 10 uses a transparency effect on the taskbar and all bookmarks in windows, and this transparency affects system performance and makes it slower.
Therefore, you can speed up Windows 10 by closing the transparency settings completely, and in order to do so, follow these steps:
Head to system settings
Choose the customization and then the colors.
Head to Transparency Settings at the bottom of the window.
Close the transparency settings via its selection.
Transparency effects are one of the best visual effects in Windows 10, but we need to make the system faster so we sacrifice it.
Get rid of redundant apps
There are applications installed on your PC by Microsoft without your intervention, and you may not want to keep them on your system for any reason.
Therefore, you must remove these applications immediately after installing the system, and they are applications that accept removal, such as:
Installed photo and video viewing apps
You can also disable malware and scan the device periodically via Microsoft's Windows Defender app, which is a good app and works well.
Uncracking the hard disk:
When you use a hard drive and place data on it, that data breaks down hard disk space into smaller partitions in a process known as Fragmentation.
As your disk becomes divided into many small spaces, it stores files randomly, and this leads to system disruption.
Therefore the best solution is to defrag or get rid of hard disk cracking.
It is an important step that restores your hard disk to its original state, which makes it store files in an accurate and orderly manner.
You can do this via the following steps:
Go to the search box and write Defrag.
After that, choose which disk you want to speed up.
You can select more than one tablet by pressing the Ctrl button with the left mouse button.
For your convenience, you can schedule Defrag to run automatically without any intervention from you, via the Optimize button, then activate the option to work according to schedule.
You can specify the time between each operation and the next, and also choose which disks to work with are subject to the Defrag process.