Category: Performance Issues

Kill a Process Using Command Prompt

Here is how you can kill a process in Windows using a Command-Line Interface Operating systems started out as command-line interfaces, allowing a user to only interact with a computer using text. Just text. White text on a black screen. The modern operating system is an evolution and is light years ahead, in terms of… Read more »

Kill Not Responding Apps from Task Manager

Here is how you can kill an App that is Not Responding using the Task Manager What makes a Windows computer great is the ability to download and use a ton of third-party softwares, in addition to the ones bundled by Microsoft. However, since there is a very wide range of available specs and hardware… Read more »

Make Windows Startup Faster

How to make Windows Startup faster by disabling Startup Delay Our modern devices like our smartphones and tablets are designed to stay on at all times, rarely requiring to be rebooted or turned off. Due to the mobile-optimized processors, they require little battery power to keep operating, and therefore it is okay to keep them… Read more »

Make Chrome more Memory-Efficient on Windows

How to make Google Chrome on Windows take up less Memory by suspending Tabs The year is 2019 and unless you use Apple’s Mac OS X Operating System, the only real choice for getting the fastest, and basically the overall best, browser for a desktop Operating System is Google’s Chrome web browser. Even most OS… Read more »

How to Fix a WebBrowser Control Memory Leak

How to Fix Sluggish Performance and Unresponsiveness Caused by a WebBrowser Control Application Memory Leak on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista Problem Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista devices that use a WebBrowser control application can start to run into significant memory allocation issues after prolonged use. Oftentimes, your machine… Read more »