Windows 10 processor functionality is based not only on the operating system we are on, but on the set of resident applications. In other words, all the minor processes and applications in the background we have on Windows, have an impact on the processor's performance. Let's take a look at what we can do to add this functionality and, in this way, be able to get the most out of the processor in Windows 10.
1.- Remove programs that begin with the program
This affects the time it takes for the computer to open, and the performance we will have once it's done. These programs start every time we turn on the computer and start Windows, so slow down the boot and, because the citizens are in memory, they will also have the processor administrator always provide resources to them.
To see them, the easiest way is to access the task manager (we can access it by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + ESC and going to the «Start» tab.
The ones we think we don't need, we can make it work, and in this case you just have to press them with the left number key and press the "Disable" button in the bottom right corner, or click on them with the right button and select Disable right.
2.- Uninstall programs you don't use
This is obvious: the systems we installed most often do not just save the storage space, but many of them have components that start with the system (see previous point) or do so in the form of services, and as such We will not see them on the previous screen but on system applications (which we do not recommend touching if you are not an expert). For this reason, it's always good to make a "clean" and uninstall plan that we don't use.
To do this, we can go to Settings -> Applications and Features, but from there we only recommend uninstalling Windows items such as Groove Music. To delete installed programs, we recommend that you go Control Panel -> Applications and Programs. There you will see that the interface is unique and gives us many details.
To uninstall any program, we just have to click on it and the uninstall button appears in the top bar.
3.- Disable notifications
Windows 10 also brings a notification system, which may be useful to many people, for not only many users but also annoying. Of course, these notifications also require active service on the system at all times that you will be using the services.
You can log in to disable it from Settings -> System -> Notifications and actions.
4.- Disable P2P connection to updates
If you have auto-renewal enabled, remember that Windows 10 has the option to download P2P updates automatically. This not only avoids the speed of the Internet as we will have more open connections, but it also makes the processor more than just an account to handle all these communications, so it would be best to disable this option to work properly.
To do this, we can do it from configuration -> Update and security -> Service delivery.
5.- Disable image objects
This is a point we do not really recommend unless you have major performance issues. And if we do, we'll increase the processor's efficiency, yes, but we'll make the operating system look bad. To access this configuration menu, we have to click on "Resources", select properties, and then click "Advanced System Configuration" on the left.
Alternatively, it can be accessed from Settings -> System -> About -> Click on "System Info" on the right -> Advanced System Settings too.
In the window that opens, you should select the "Advanced" tab and click on "Settings …".
There we will find many options for getting started and running and that will help to make it work better. One of the most popular options here is "The smooth edges of the screen fonts."
With this, you will have been able to increase the processor performance in Windows 10, and get everything working slowly.