As we know, windows over a period of time becomes slow, unresponsive. Most of the windows users are facing this problem every day such as windows crashing, memory execution error or unexpected windows shutdown after blue screen.

 very large section of users exists who don’t know how to  resolve even a tiny windows problem, such as how to clean temporary files or to clean browser history. Today we are going to discuss about how we can maintain the stability & improve the performance of our windows powered system over a period of time without using any third parties applications.



Step: 1 Clean your temporary files to improve your browser performance and gain lost storage space.

  • Press Windows Key+R & type %temp% in run command. Or simply type the following address in the address bar of windows explorer & press enter.
  • C:\Users\user1\AppData\Local\Temp
  • Press ctrl+A to select all files & folders & press delete.
  • Done you have freed-up your storage space that was occupied by these unnecessary files & folders.
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Step2: Clean up the unnecessary applications  installed in your system & duplicate files.

The most easiest way to speed up your system is to uninstall unnecessary apps from your system.


  • Windows 10, Windows 8 user: open file explorer, go to this pc and on the header of the explorer go to computer and click on uninstall or change a program. Find the apps you don’t need & uninstall them. If you are using more than one anti-virus, uninstall one immediately or it could result in system crash or  your system may fails to boot.
  • Windows7, Windows Vista users: Open the windows explorer and copy : “Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features”, paste  into explorer address bar and hit enter. You can now see the list of programs installed on your system, select & uninstall those apps which are not useful to you.
  • Cleanup duplicate files: To clean up duplicate files from your system, you can use Ccleaner or Duplicate File Finder that will help you to hunt down duplicate files that are useless & are taking up your computer space. Windows has its own cleaning tool known as “disk clean-up. To access this tool, type disk Cleanup in start menu & hit enter, a new windows will pop up, select the type of files you wants to remove including temporary files, Windows Update packages & Anti-virus definition packages, then select ok to start cleaning process.









Step3: Disk defragmentation: Every storage device in windows uses FAT file system (File allocation table) in this table detail of files or folders & their location on disk are saved. When we search for a certain files or folder in system, operating system searches it in FAT and from  where locations of files or folders  saved on disk are obtained & accessed. when we delete any file, folder or program, details of those files or folder stored in the FAT are not deleted, therefore operating system do not recognize the space you freed up because details relating to those apps, files or folder still exists in the FAT. To rearrange the location of the files, folders or Apps stored on  disk, we need to defrag the disk to improve the performance of operating system and to get actual space available on disk.


To access the defragmentation tool, type Defragment and optimize drives in start menu. Under scheduled optimization select change setting select Run on a schedule (recommended) in frequency you can select daily, weekly or monthly & click ok. Now automatic defragmentation has been set.

Step4: Last option to improve the speed/performance of your system is to reset your PC

If after performing all the steps as mentioned above, your system performance is still not improved, then last option we have is to reset the system. You have the option to keep your personal files but all apps & settings will be removed therefore make sure that you have backup of your important data, applications install setup & license details of your application to activate them upon reinstallation.

To reset your system type settings in the start menu, then click Update & security, Under Recovery option click Reset this PC. Follow the instructions, your system will restart to initialize the Reset process. You will be able to login into your system after the reset process is done.


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