We can tweak the windows 7 manual to accord ourself custom.There are sevral samples .
Change the Power Plan To Maximum Performance
The Power settings inis not automatically set for maximum performance. By default the power plan in Windows 7 is set for a balanced performance with energy consumption on hardware. So you may not get the optimal performance from windows 7 if this is the case. So we need to change the power plan to High Performance Mode.
1.Double click the Power Options in the Control panel.
2.Click the down arrow showing Show Additional Plans to see the High Performance power plan.
3.Now just activate the High Performance plan and that's it.
4.Go for the advanced power settings.
5.Go to Hard disk, then to Turn off hard disk after and set it to Never. This enables the GC to do its job while logged off.
Speed Up the Windows 7 Boot Time
1.Press [Win] + R or take the RUN option from the start menu.
2.Now type "msconfig" in there and press Enter Key to open up the System Configuration Window. Click on the Boot tab in there.
3.You will see a box called Time out. This is the time (in sec) which the system waits for the user to select the operating system to boot to.
4.You can safely set the value to 0.
5.Tick the "No GUI Boot" option too [turns off the Windows 7 logo at boot-up].
6.Click Apply and confirm.
Disable the Aero Theme
1.Right Click on your Desktop and select Personalize click the Window Color Tab.
2.Uncheck the Box saying Enable Transparency and then click on Open classic appearance properties for more color options.
3.Then a window will open up. Apply a Standard theme from it.
Disable the Unwanted Visual Effects
1.For this right click on Computer and select Properties from the right click menu.
2.Click on Advanced System Settings from the left pane to open up the System Properties window.
3.Select the Advanced tab from it. Then Under Performance click Settings . Choose Custom: Options From it.
4.Now untick all the options and select only the last four options
5.Now just log off your system and turn logon.
Disable Unwanted Startup Programs
Many programs have components that start when Windows starts and run in the background. While some of these programs are necessary (such as antispyware programs), you will find that others may not be necessary.
1.Take the RUN option from the start menu or Press [Win] + R
2.Now type "msconfig" in there and press Enter Key to open up the System Configuration Window.
3.In the System Configuration window, the Startup tab shows all the programs that are scheduled to start with Windows. Resize the columns so that you have a good view of the name and manufacturer.
4.Go through each item, clearing the check box for programs you don�t want to start with Windows.
5.Click OK, and then restart the computer.
Services to Disable:
2.Computer Browser (If your PC does not connect to any network)
3.Desktop Window Manager Session Manager (If you don't want the aero effects)
4.Diagnostic Policy Service
6.Distributed Link Tracking Client
9.Portable Device Enumerator Service
10.Print Spooler (If you do not use Printer)
12.Remote Registry (You can safely disable it for more Security)
15.Server (If your computer do not connect with any network)
16.Tablet PC Input Service
17.TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
19.Windows Error Reporting Service
20.Windows Media Center Service Launcher
21.Windows Search (If you rarely use Windows Search feature )
22.Windows Time (If you do not want to synchronize system time with internet time automatically)
Turn off Unused Windows 7 Features
There are many feature in windows 7 that we often don't use.
Disabling these unused features in Windows 7 will really help in speeding things up.
1.Open up Programs and Features from Control Panel.
2.Click the Turn Windows features on or off from the left pane.
3.Now uncheck all the Feature that you don't use in Windows 7 [e.g. "Games"] and restart the system for the changes to take effect.
Speed up the Menu Show Delay Time
This will show you how to change the amount of time it takes for a menu in Windows 7 to pop, fade, or slide open when you run the mouse pointer over it.
1.Take the RUN option from the start menu or press [Win] + R
2.Now type "regedit" there and press Enter Key to open up the Registry Editor Window.
3.In regedit go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
4.In the right pane, right click on MenuShowDelay and click on Modify
5.Type in a number between 0 to 4000 [400 is default, I use 1] for how many milliseconds you want the Menu to wait before it opens
If you use an entry of 0, there is no menu display delay. However it is not recommended to use 0 though since the menus may be hard to navigate through at that speed.
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