Easy Tips to Keep Your Computer Running Smoothly and Efficiently

Easy Tips to Keep Your Computer Running Smoothly and Efficiently





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How fast is your computer running? Actually very fast, but there are reasons why it can be slow. It is also called a computer->core->RAM->CPU->rench->finger, or whatever you want. Any one of these can slow a computer down. If you have forgotten the reason why your computer is slow or even if it is just plain slow, here are some easy tips to help improve computer performance.


1. Clean up disk errors on your hard disk, for example you can do it from a third party like RegCure oratically. These will do a free disk scan on your hard drive and remove some bad sectors on your hard drive.


2. Use a registry cleaner - this will search your Windows registry for three types of keys that can slow down your computer. Equipped with the correct registry tool you can click a registry button and the software will automatically fix all the registry problems.


3. Use a disk defragmenter - your computer automaticitizes files so that they are stored in the portions of the hard disk with the least amount of fragments. This will help speed up your computer.


4. Use anti spyware software - If your computer gets infected with spyware, then your whole computer will be slow as a turtle. Use a good antispyware software for virus and spyware removal and then scan your computer and remove the infections and slowdown.


5. Optimize Internet Explorer - Use a free online automatic translator for your HP internet browser. This will reduce your download time and the need for constant reboots of your browser.


If you have followed these easy steps and your computer is still slow, you should check the integrity of your system with a virus or spyware. It is also a good idea to adjust some settings in the "Advanced" tab so that the speed of your computer can be increased.


But if all these still don't do the trick, don't worry there is a simpler way to speed up your computer. It's all in your NIC card. Most systems have a "Dynamic Name" or "DHCP" driver. Discovery of DHCP or DNS servers is how you can identify your computer's Internet settings. Here's how it's done:


Go to Start->Control Panel->System->System DHCP Server


You will be entering your Windows network configuration. It is likely that you will be trying to find DHCP or DNS servers and their protocols.


Desktop - Network Identification


SDCDempotentials / Choosing the AirPort


AirPort Utility


/ etc...


PressAnyKeyboardkey, then fast press enter


Your Windows network settings will show up. Locate the entry you see under "Wireless LAN Setup" and you will see another window with a bunch of different passwords.


For the security of your wireless network, you will want to separate this entry by entering a pass word, such as the name of your church or if you prefer put a words of your choice.


Having your different pass word mcs listed so you can pick them quickly if need be.


Now that you have your network ID and a pass word you can begin configuring your wireless settings.


This process will vary depending on your brand of wireless, but it's the same principle, you find the SSID (that defines your network) and you find the WAP or wireless access point that gives you the best signal.


Public or secured network


 secured network


managed network


Other (managed) network


WirelessAccess Points


(configured)


(Natural)


( External)


Security - router configuration (access point)


The preferred method is to configure the router into a class C network, and as described above you will be connecting your network card and router to the class C network. You will then have one network card that it will require to function properly, and no other external network devices connected to the router.


It's a step down from the above, usually as described.


 router withOutboundTunneling administrates the traffic across the router from the computer to the WAP. It can be configured to only allow connections from a specific subnet (by typing: 192.168.1.254) to the WAP, and to automatically allow all traffic from the subnet to the WAP (by typing:192.168.1.254 in the address window for the router).


There are two possible ways to access the router. You could either look for an SSID Broadcast (which would broadcast the SSID name out) or you could manually enter the SSID. This article will discuss both of these options.


By default, the router will be able to tell which Internet provider it is being told which network key and default gateway.

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