If you have recently updated to Windows 10 and you are having a delay, then one of the following factors is highly likely: corrupt system data, previous programs brought over non-compatible, background malicious software, unintended startup loading programs. But there are some methods to configure and fasten Windows 10. In this article, we will guide you through the different methods of that.

Make Windows 10 faster

To configure and fasten Windows 10, follow any of these procedures step by step.

Method #1

Click the Search button on the taskbar. Type Command Prompt in the search box. Then right-click on the Command Prompt option and click the Run as administrator option as the following image is showing.

As you click the Run as administrator option, the following editor will appear.

Type sfc /scannow in the Command Prompt editor and then press the Enter key. The following screen will appear.

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This process will take 30 to 50 minutes or may be more than that. After completion of this method, your Windows 10 will speed up.

Method #2

Click the Search button on the taskbar. Type Run in the search box and then click the Run option as the following image is showing.

As you click the Run option, the following dialogue box will appear.

Type msconfig in the Open textbox and then click the OK button as highlighted in the above image. When you click the OK button, the following System Configuration dialogue box will appear.

Click the Services tab. Then check the Hide all Microsoft services check box and click the Disable all button. After that, click the Apply and then OK button as highlighted in the above image. Then restart your computer to make the changes.

Conclusion

By following any of these procedures, you will be able to configure and fasten Windows 10.

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Karim Buzdar

About the Author: Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various web sites. He blogs at LinuxWays.

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