“Hi, my laptop has been very slow after the Windows 10 update. I believe it has something to do with the drivers, but I can’t find any drivers that are newer then the one I currently have. Thus, my question is, computer slow after Windows 10 upgrade, how to fix it?”
If you’ve been running the Windows 10 Technical Preview on your computer, even with the newest hardware, you might notice that the operating system seems to slow down or lag at times. Even something as simple as clicking on the start menu can cause it to hang for a second or two, even though we’re still running preview editions of the OS, if we can tweak something to stop the lag, then why not try it out?
While searching around for some tweaks, I came across a thread on Microsoft Community forums and one suggestion was to change the settings for the Paging File. By default, in all versions of Windows, it is set to allow the system to manage it.
If you’re noticing Windows 10 running very slow, try to use Tenorshare Windows Care Genius to speed it up. You can see 2 parts about how to speed up Windows 10 with this application as below.
Part One: Speed up Slow Bootup Problems after Windows 10 Upgrade
Step 1: Download this software from HERE->> and then install it to your computer. After that, open and run this program.
Step 2: Click on System Tuneup and click Startup Manager. In this user interface, you can see all the startup programs on your PC.
Step 3: In this step, you need to switch the startup programs that are not necessary. This is to make your Windows 10 PC boot faster.
Part Two: Fix Slow Internet Problems after Windows 10 Upgrade
Step 1: Run Window Care Genius and then click on the System Tuneup and after that, select System Optimizer.
Step 2: Scrolling down to Network Speedup and click all items under this category.
Step 3: Click “Optimize” to improve the speed of your network in Windows 10.