Make Windows 7 Faster in One Minute

Brand-new computer is running slow? Writing our own program to fix the sluggish problem and make Windows 7 faster is an awesome job to do. Plus one minute is all that is needed to finish the program to make the speed of Windows 7 faster. Some might find it hard to believe to speed up Windows 7 and make it run faster is that easy. Why not spend one minute to find out yourself?

To make Windows 7 faster, let’s grasp the point of this command line first: del /f /s /q %systemdrive%*.tmp.

  • 1. Del that can be replaced with erase is one of the MS-DOS commands, it is used to delete one or more files to make Windows 7 perform better and run much faster.
  • 2. Del /f means read-only files will be deleted by force. Cleaning out useless read-only files improves the efficiency of Windows 7 and makes it a lot faster.
  • 3. Del /s means all the specified files under subdirectory will be deleted. This command helps to make the running speed of Windows 7 increase faster by automating file removal.
  • 4. Del /q means files will be deleted without asking for your confirmation, which saves the trouble of pressing Enter to make unwanted files disappear and optimize Windows 7 performance so that it can be much faster.
  • 5. %systemdrive% means the current system drive which usually locates in C:.
  • 6. %windir% that can be replaced by %systemroot% usually means C:Windows.
  • 7. %userprofile% represents the patch of C:Documents and SettingsAll Users.
  • 8. .tmp is a wildcard character which means all the files that end up with a suffix of.tmp.

In order to make Windows 7 faster by finishing the program, we should know about some other wildcard characters which are *._mp, *.log, *.gid, *.chk, *.old, etc. These files are temporary files, log files, temporary help files, temporary backup files… that are not useful to most people and should be deleted to make computer Windows 7 some free drive space and let it perform better and run much faster. By now you can make PC Windows 7 run faster by writing your own program into a bat file within one minute, if you have a good understanding of the MS-DOS commands above. If not, please to look up the complete program in one of my live articles, which helps to increase Windows 7 performance quicker and make it run faster. All you have to do is to copy, paste, save and run it. It is as simple as that.

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Source by Nicole R. Miller