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In computer science , program optimization or software optimization is the process of modifying a software system to make some aspect of it work more efficiently or use fewer resources In general, a computer program may be optimized so that it executes more rapidly, or is capable of operating with less memory storage or other resources, or draw less power.

Although the word "optimization" shares the same root as "optimal," it is rare for the process of optimization to produce a truly optimal system. The optimized system will typically only be optimal in one application or for one audience.

One might reduce the amount of time that a program takes to perform some task at the price of making it consume more memory. In an application where memory space is at a premium, one might deliberately choose a slower algorithm in order to use less memory. Often there is no “one size fits all” design which works well in all cases, so engineers make trade-offs to optimize the attributes of greatest interest. Additionally, the effort required to make a piece of software completely optimal—incapable of any further improvement— is almost always more than is reasonable for the benefits that would be accrued; so the process of optimization may be halted before a completely optimal solution has been reached. Fortunately, it is often the case that the greatest improvements come early in the process.

System Optimization and Enhancement Guide

Frequently, people are looking for ways to improve the performance of their PC. Sometimes, they have an older PC that is getting a bit slow for that new piece of software they just got--especially that new 3D action game--and they are looking for ideas for how they can upgrade their hardware so that it runs faster.

However, there are ways to improve performance that do not necessitate a hardware upgrade. In many cases your existing PC and peripherals are not being exploited to their fullest potential, and you can perform one or more optimizations that will improve your PC's performance in different ways. You may be able to make your PC run faster, cooler, more reliably, more efficiently, more comfortably and more enjoyably, all without spending a cent. This is what this Guide is all about: getting the most out of the hardware you already have.

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Why is optimization necessary? To be blunt, it's because most of the companies that make PCs don't pay enough attention to ensuring that they are set up in the most efficient way. It's easier to stamp out a zillion PCs cookie-cutter fashion than to tweak them so that they are ideal. Many vendors don't even understand the basics of performance enhancement or system optimization: I run into these all the time. So you must take the initiative yourself, if you want your machine to "be all that it can be".

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There is a fine line in some cases between what is an optimization, and what is an upgrade, since they both improve performance. In fact, it really doesn't matter too much what we call what, but I had to make a distinction in order to decide how to categorize the different actions and procedures on this site. In a nutshell, I consider an optimization to be anything you do to your PC to improve it that doesn't involve a significant purchase, or a change of one of the main components of the machine. Anything that requires new parts to be purchased is an upgrade. So if you are trying to get the most space and speed from your hard disk, this is the place you want to be. If you want to get a new one that is faster, that will certainly improve performance, but it is an upgrade.

Using the System Optimizations and Enhancements

Some of the techniques described in this section involve making changes to settings that control the most important components of your PC. If this is not done properly, strange results or data loss could result. Rarely, component damage may result from some extreme setup changes, or data loss even from a change that is normally benign. This is not typical, but it is possible, which is why this warning is here.

I would recommend strongly that you do the following before proceeding:

  • Read the Site Warnings: Please read the general warnings that apply to the whole site.
  • Back Up Your Data: I discuss the reasons why in some detail here . There is the potential for data loss at any time that you are dealing with the interior of the system or its control circuits or code.
  • Document What You Change: If you are making changes to the system, for example to optimize the BIOS settings that control the PC's performance, write down everything that you change. This will allow you to easily reverse the changes if problems arise.
  • Don't Exceed the Limits of Your Hardware: Make sure you know what your hardware is, and don't try to change BIOS settings that will exceed its limits. For example, if you are using 70 ns memory and you set your memory timing to 60 ns, you are exceeding the rated speed of your memory. This may work, or it may not. I do not recommend it.
  • Watch Out For Things That Don't Work, But Should: While you don't want to exceed your hardware's limits, there are some performance enhancements that should work on any PC. If you are unable to enable these, configuration or hardware problems are indicated. For example, if you paid for parity memory in your system but the PC hangs with a parity error whenever you enable parity checking, this is a problem with the PC; don't just disable parity checking. Similarly, you should always be able to enable the processor's internal cache, the secondary motherboard cache, etc.
  • Try Not to Change Too Many Things At Once: Much the way troubleshooting cannot be done easily if too many things are changed simultaneously, system enhancements are easier to do safely if done slowly. This will allow you to see more clearly what the cause is, if you encounter problems trying to optimize your system.

•  Enhance and Streamline the Boot Process

•  This section discusses a few tips that you can use to optimize the PC's boot process. If you reboot the machine a fair bit, you will probably find yourself sitting and waiting for the machine to boot up a lot, and probably growing impatient doing so. This includes techniques for speeding up the boot process, as well as controlling the order in which devices are selected for booting.

• Making the boot process too fast can cause problems with some hard disks when they try to boot cold (when the PC is first turned on). This happens because the drive may not be up to speed and ready to go at the time that the BIOS needs to read it. If this happens, you will need to change back any settings you used to speed up the boot process.

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There are a few tricks that you can employ to speed up the boot process. These are all based on tweaking BIOS settings that control what happens when the PC is booted up. Using these enhancements can cut the time for the BIOS portion of the boot process in half (if not by more):

  • Enable the "Quick Boot" Feature: Many newer PCs have a special BIOS setting, usually called "Quick Boot" or "Quick Power OnSelf Test" that can be enabled to make the boot take less time. This setting is described in more detail here . Try enabling this setting; this will cause the BIOS skips some of the normal test routines that it performs at boot time, speeding up the boot process. Enabling this setting turns off some of the power-on tests that the BIOS normally performs, which slightly increases the chances of a hardware problem not being detected at boot time.


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  • Remove the Boot Delay Setting: Some PCs have a BIOS setting that you can use to intentionally delay the boot-up of the PC by several seconds. This setting is often called "Boot Delay" or "Power-on Delay". This can be useful when the BIOS is booting too quickly, causing hard disk drives to be booted before they are ready. However, it also slows the boot process down, so make sure that it is only enabled if it is needed.
  • Disable Floppy Drive Seek: Most PCs have a BIOS setting to disable floppy drive seeking , which is the short access the BIOS makes to the floppy disk just before it boots the system. This seek (unless disabled) is performed regardless of whether the system is being booted from the hard disk or floppy disk. Disabling the seek speeds up the boot process by a couple of seconds. This doesn't really have any negative impact on the system, although if you are having problems with your floppy drive you will probably want to re-enable the seek as this makes troubleshooting some types of problems easier.

•  Is your computer running at turtle speed? If it is, then something may be terribly wrong. If you ignore this problem, then you can expect your computer to soon experience other problems like Windows errors, the dreaded blue screen of death and many other computer ailments.

•  So, before your PC deteriorates any further, help yourself by learning the reasons why your computer is slow. By understanding the errors that you might have made with your computer, you will then be able to improve the condition of your computer and smile the next time your computer takes less than 2 minutes to start up.

•  Why Is My Computer Slow?

•  There are many possible reasons why your computer is slow. It largely depends on you, the user. How well you keep your computer maintained will determine how fast your PC is able to process information.

•  So let me proceed to the ultimate reason why you computer is losing speed.

•  “It is all got to do with the registry” they say. If you are wondering what the registry is, then fret not. Most people are unaware of the existence of a thing called the “registry” inside of their computers.

•  The registry is a component in the computer that stores all information, mainly the Windows operating system configuration as well as some software configuration as well.

•  So over time, these files in the registry might get corrupted with current and old registry keys. As such, you will find that your computer will take ages to open an application.

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The reason is simply because instead of normal direct access to the information, your processor now has to go through loops and bends just to get to the required information. Makes sense now?

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