Improve Computer Load Times by Easily Editing Startup Items

Are you having a computer that takes a long time to be able to be used when turned on? Have you ever tried to turn on your machine and it took more than 10 minutes to load up and you’re in a hurry? Do you have a  computer that, when it was new it loads up so fast you don’t have any problems with it, but after a year or so it becomes slower even if you have bought the latest, most updated anti-virus and anti-malware program there is in the internet? If your answer is yes, then you could probably have too much startup items that aren’t needed but is running whenever you turn your computer on. This article can, in one way or another, help you boost up computer’s load times by editing the startup items. Continue reading

What Goes On When You Start Your Computer?

What really happens when you turn on your computer? This article will explain to you step by step the things that consequently happen when power is allowed to enter the computer system. When power is first applied to the machine as the turning on of the computer, it all starts with the passing of electricity to the motherboard and the Basic Input/output System – the component that controls how devices in the computer communicate with each other. As the power passes through all of the other computer system hardware, The BIOS checks up on each of these parts to verify that each is physically able to relay and receive communication to and from other computer parts properly, among a few other basic tests. Continue reading