5 Free Tools to Improve Windows Performance

Improve Performance Windows

Windows is the most used operating system with millions of users. It has been used by more than 80% of computer users around the globe. Although, it a nice operating system but it becomes slow with time. This is due to junk files, temporary files and changes to registry done by viruses or other software. If you think your windows is not working as it used to work, you can use some PC optimization tools to improve its performance.

Also check: How to check RAM Health

Best PC Maintenance Tools

Here is the list of free tools to improve Windows Performance.

1. CCleaner

CCleaner, clean up windows PC and improve performance

CCleaner is really a nice tool that is used to clean up Windows PC and improve its performance. It cleans temporary files, junk files, DNS cache, memory dumps, Error Reporting, clipboard, browsers’ history, cookies, and log files. It also removes unused and older registry entries. It also removes temporary files created by some other apps like Adobe Reader, Google toolbar and much more. It supports all the available browsers and removes temp files and history. You must run this tool weekly to remove junk files and temporary files.

2. Defraggler

Defraggler is a nice tool used to optimize windows performance

Defraggler is a nice tool that defrags the hard drive. You may ask why to use this separate tool for defragmenting when Windows has a default Defrag tool to use. So, you must know that the tool comes with several features that are not available in the Windows Defragment tool. You can analyze the hard drive of your system and then select whether to perform a quick defrag or typical defrag.

The most important feature of this tool is that you will be able to defrag a single folder too. Piriform is a nice company that is behind these tools. It also has some other software suites that are used to improve Windows performance. You must download both tools and use it once in a week or once in 15 days. That will surely optimize your Windows and improve its performance.

3. DriverPack

DriverPack keeps all hardware drivers updated to ensure connected devices are working properly. Keeping track of driver updates manually isn’t an easy task. DriverPack automatically searches for the latest drivers for all the hardware installed on your PC and install updates when available.

The software is available for free to download and use. It is also safe to use.

4. HWMonitor

Overheating affects performance and can even lead to permanent damage to PC components. So, it is really important to keep the temperature of the PC under control. HWMonitor is an interesting tool that shows the current temperature of your CPU and GPU along with the peak temperature. It also shows HDD temperature, fans speed, Mainboard voltages, and temperatures.

5. CrystalDiskInfo

CrystalDiskInfo

CrystalDiskInfo is a good tool to keep an eye on the hard drive’s health. It is really important tool to avoid data loss. CrystalDiskInfo lets you know if there are any problems with your hard drive. This tool can also send you an alert if there is an issue with any of the drives. You will have to configure the monitoring for getting alert.

What do you think about these tools? Let us know your views via comments.

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