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How to speed up win 7?

iKratos
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Hi, recently I switched from Win 10 to Win 7 and win 10 is a bit fast compared to win 7 but is a complete bloatware whereas win 7 is perfectly stable.

Now, I am experiencing some slowness when I m copying files and some other things. So, how do I speed such things up? Is there any way to make it fast like Win 10?

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1 minute ago, M.Yurizaki said:

Explain this "slowness", because this sounds really vague.

Copying files from one partition to another. Opening any windows.

 

1 minute ago, Brooksie359 said:

Get a nice ssd to install it on. 

I already have it.

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You can turn off the "bloatware" anyway.

It won't be bloated if you're pc is up to it.

Win 7 is really old, i only used it if the memory is really low.

like 512mb in core 2 duos.

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Just now, iKratos said:

Copying files from one partition to another. Opening any windows.

 

I already have it.

copying files from another partition on the same disk will be slow. even on high end pc.

defrag your hdd, it may help a little.

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What are your specs? This 'slowness' you are taking about could just be from lack of power. 

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4 minutes ago, iKratos said:

Copying files from one partition to another. Opening any windows.

 

I already have it.

Get an nicer ssd ?

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11 minutes ago, iKratos said:

So, how do I speed such things up? 

oc it :P

 

go to win10 and uninstall/deactivate bloatware

 

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15 minutes ago, iKratos said:

Hi, recently I switched from Win 10 to Win 7 and win 10 is a bit fast compared to win 7 but is a complete bloatware whereas win 7 is perfectly stable.

Now, I am experiencing some slowness when I m copying files and some other things. So, how do I speed such things up? Is there any way to make it fast like Win 10?

 Its really good and it works on WIndows 8.1 and 10 too.

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11 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

You can turn off the "bloatware" anyway.

It won't be bloated if you're pc is up to it.

Win 7 is really old, i only used it if the memory is really low.

like 512mb in core 2 duos.

So I can turn off every bloatware and completely remove telemetry in Win 10? I searched about and there are lots of tutorials and I got confused. Do you any working guide to COMPLETELY and remove all those bloatwares too? 

9 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

copying files from another partition on the same disk will be slow. even on high end pc.

defrag your hdd, it may help a little.

Alright.

8 minutes ago, bellabichon said:

What are your specs? This 'slowness' you are taking about could just be from lack of power. 

i7 3632qm, 8 gb ram, 4gb nvidia 750m, 250 gb samsung ssd.

7 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Get an nicer ssd ?

I am already using samsung 250 gb ssd. :3

6 minutes ago, Happycowdance said:

oc it :P

 

go to win10 and uninstall/deactivate bloatware

 

Are you sure I can turn off every bloatware and completely remove telemetry in Win 10?

4 minutes ago, M.Yurizaki said:

And you're certain the storage has no glaring issues like benchmarks reporting performance that's not normal for it or SMART data is not reporting something bad?

Wow. That is highly in-depth technical. :P

3 minutes ago, josbeph83 said:

 Its really good and it works on WIndows 8.1 and 10 too.

Thanks for the link mate.

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14 minutes ago, M.Yurizaki said:

And you're certain the storage has no glaring issues like benchmarks reporting performance that's not normal for it or SMART data is not reporting something bad?

Get a program called HDD Sentinel run it, it can measure the health of the disk also if any error it has.

After that scan the drive for sector damage.

Damaged hdd can also contribute to slowness or worse crashing.

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19 minutes ago, iKratos said:

So I can turn off every bloatware and completely remove telemetry in Win 10? I searched about and there are lots of tutorials and I got confused. Do you any working guide to COMPLETELY and remove all those bloatwares too? 

Alright.

i7 3632qm, 8 gb ram, 4gb nvidia 750m, 250 gb samsung ssd.

I am already using samsung 250 gb ssd. :3

Are you sure I can turn off every bloatware and completely remove telemetry in Win 10?

Wow. That is highly in-depth technical. :P

Thanks for the link mate.

Is it a 970 pro? 

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13 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

Get a program called HDD Sentinel run it, it can measure the health of the disk also if any error it has.

After that scan the drive for sector damage.

Damaged hdd can also contribute to slowness or worse crashing.

Tagging @iKratos because this information is more important to them than me

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47 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

Get a program called HDD Sentinel run it, it can measure the health of the disk also if any error it has.

After that scan the drive for sector damage.

Damaged hdd can also contribute to slowness or worse crashing.

On it, thanks mate. :)

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37 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Is it a 970 pro? 

Lenovo y500.

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No problem ??

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