With Windows Seven being so new, you would not really expect it to run slowly or with many problems … but many people are now finding that it's a big problem that many people are having to put up with. Luckily, there's a way to speed up Windows 7 so that you can use your PC in the best possible way.
The problem with most Windows 7 PCs is actually very simple – they run slow because they are trying to do too much. This does not mean that you have too many programs open – it means that there could be a lot of junk files or corrupt files that your PC has to search through each time you use your computer. This is a big issue which even the most advanced computers can not avoid, and hardly anyone knows about.
This problem is specific to a part of Windows called the 'registry', which is a big database that stores all the settings and information for your computer. The registry is a database which contains details such as your latest emails and even your desktop wallpaper for your computer, allowing your system to load up all sorts of information whenever you use it. The registry is basically the "memory" for Windows, and has been at the heart of the system since Windows '98 … however, it's also the cause of your PC running slow because each time you use it, it's saving a lot of these files in the wrong way, or in ways which make them hard to open.
Whenever you use Windows, it's opening 100's of settings from the registry, allowing it to remember what you do on your PC. This means that whenever you use your computer, if it can not find the registry settings it needs, it will end up running slower and with a lot more problems than what you have had before that. This is the main cause of Windows Seven running slow, and is the main reason why your computer is running at a snail's pace. Luckily, there's a simple way to fix this issue which even a beginner can do.
There are software tools which can speed up Windows 7 for you – called registry cleaners. If you can get a cleaner that works well and finds all the latest problems, you'll be able to get your PC working very quickly again.