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    I installed the new win 10, 64 bits, please help me optimize all the possibilities that it can bring
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    If you don't have a touch screen monitor, I would suggest a program like Start 10 or similar to restore the Windows 7 style menu.

    Much easier to navigate, IMO.

    And welcome to our forums.
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    Originally Posted by Alhas1934 View Post
    I installed the new win 10, 64 bits, please help me optimize all the possibilities that it can bring
    An online search finds numerous articles with suggestions for improving system performance and cleaning the system. If "optimize" means something else to you, you need to be more specific.
    Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
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    If you haven't already, install it on an SSD. This will give you a greater performance boost than any tweaks. Also, have at least 16GB of RAM installed.

    These are probably covered by the tweak guides that usually_quiet mentioned in his post but:

    If you're not on a tablet, turn off anything related to touchscreen (unless you have one as a monitor) and tablet specific.

    Familiarize yourself with Settings and the various "features" that Win 10 has set on by default. Anything that is set to automatically run in the background, such as Notifications & actions use up RAM and system resources.

    This is advanced, but to blackviper.com and learn which services (which run in the background) can be set to turn on manually or disabled.
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