How to make your Windows PC fast as fuсk

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Last updated 11th of November 2016, including reducing the massively oversized quotation boxes on widescreens.

You may have noticed that your Windows PC is taking its sweet time to do things. Perhaps it takes a second to detect new screens, it may delay its booting, or it takes a split-second for windows and menus to fade in. Most of this is done for stylistic reasons, as almost everyone’s Windows PCs will stop up for a moment to show you its elegance. This is even the case for PCs with state-of-the-art components and hard disks.

But there are many ways to make it less sassy and flirting, and instead make it go straight to work at speeds that even Sonic the Hedgehog would be made speechless by.

The guide covers:
#1 Buy an SSD disk, but in the right way
#2 (If you have an SSD) Double-check if you could need a byte start adjustment
#3 Turn off fading animations in Windows
#4 See if your BIOS settings are correct
#5 Changing speed settings in the Windows Registry
#6 Ensure 1Gb/s speeds throughout your house’s networking chain
#7 Use 64-bit programs
#8 Buy a faster monitor. Or, alternately…
#9 (Windows 10 only) Use a PIN code for your Microsoft account
#10 Turn off startup programs that you don’t immediately need after starting up
#11 Don’t have a DVD in your disc reader while booting
#12 Don’t let your mechanical harddisks constantly go to sleep
#X1 A summary of things you shouldn’t do to increase speed

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The dozen ways of PC security — The guide

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So you’ve finally had enough of getting viruses on your PC every six months and then having to format it. You’ve begun to think that your PCs could perhaps be able to have a bit more longevity to them. Well, here is a step-by-step guide of the things you can do to attempt to make things a bit better.

This guide covers:
1) Download a trustable anti-virus. Not the ones you’re used to
2) And an anti-malware program too, I presume?
3) Anti-exploit for the web browsers
4) AdBlock Plus on all of your browsers
5) Switch Adobe Flash Player to “Ask to activate” on your browsers
6) Switch your router over to protection-focused DNS addresses
7) Activate Protected Mode on Internet Explorer
8) Set Internet Explorer pop-up block settings to High, but only if you feel like it
9) Keep a strong uninstallment program ready
10) Prevent autorun exploits on your USB sticks and SD cards
11) Be careful on which websites you use
12) Keep your programs up to date
13) Prevent installation tools from secretly installing garbage tools as well
14) Please do not use the default password for your router!
15) Convert your browser bookmarks from HTTP to HTTPS

X1) Known incompatibilites between different sections

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