fter the official launch of Windows 10, millions of PC users upgraded their PCs to Windows 10 by availing the free upgrade offer from Microsoft. If you haven’t got the upgrade, here’s a simple way to get Windows 10 upgrade right now. However, several desktop users have reported a slow performance issue on Microsoft forums and Reddit after upgrading their systems.
There are some definite issues with the OS as the number of people facing slow performance issue in Windows 10 is very large. This sluggish performance usually appears in the form of input lags. For example: After clicking the Start Menu, it takes about 2-3 seconds to appear. Complaining this slow performance issue in Windows 10, many users have downgraded to the previous versions of Windows OS.
According to a user at the Microsoft Community forums, this issue could be fixed by tweaking the Page File settings in Windows 10 that affects and improves the overall system performance. If you’re facing the slow performance issue in Windows 10, you can try to speeding up the OS by changing the default settings for Page File control.
How to Fix Slow Performance Issue in Windows 10 and Boost System Speed?
If you are irritated with slow performance issue in Windows 10, we advise you to follow this small guide to speed up your Windows 10 OS on you computer. You need to change the default settings for the Page File control in Windows 10 from System Managed to manual format. Here you can change the page file memory’s file and maximum size- based upon the RAM on your PC.
Take a look at these simple steps to fix the slow performance issue in Windows 10:
1. Open Start Menu and find the Control Panel. Click on it.
2. Here in the Control Panel, go to the Search field at the top-right of the window and type Performance. Now hit Enter.
3. Now find Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.
4. Go to the Advanced tab and click on Change in the Virtual Memory section.
5. Now untick the option “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.”
6. Select the default C: drive where Windows 10 is installed and then chooseCustom Size. Then change Initial Size and Maximum Size to the recommended values by Windows (given below).
7. Now click Set and then hit OK to save the settings.
8. Reboot the computer for the changes to take effect and fix the slow performance issue in Windows 10.
After the PC boots up, you should see better performance in your Windows 10 PC. If you see some improvement in the PC performance, or you spot any other method, feel free to mention it in the comments below.
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