Windows 7 was developed with speed in mind. With optimum speed and top performance as the core of this new operating system, it instantly replaces its predecessors for both home and professional users as the fastest system ever introduced by Microsoft.
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However, as with every new operating system there is always room for improvement, and if you’re more interested in peak performance over visual elements, you can easily further increase the speed and overall performance of your system with just a few simple adjustments. In addition, you can increase your system’s response rate, improve usability, and get more out of your new Windows 7 system just by completing a series of easy steps, all designed to maximize your speed and load times, while improving your system components.
The “How To Speed Up Windows 7” special report will show you how to get started in just a few easy steps.
Minimizing Visual Effects For Increased Speed
Visual effects such as animations, menu element shifts (such as fading or sliding) can provide a great experience for the end user, but tend to require additional memory and space, slowing down your computers ability to function at its peak performance.
If visual effects aren’t important to you, you can easily re-configure your system to use less memory by turning off unimportant visual components, or disable them completely. To begin, click on your Control Panel icon to load this space, and enter into the “System and Security” menu.
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