HOW TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE GAME IN THE WINDOW 10

By Admin - September 01, 2017 10:35 pm   1   490   0

PC games may seem complicated for some gamers, especially if they are using Gaming PC for the first time. This is one of the reasons why many players have decided to buy a console instead of a gaming PC. Becouse consoles are like plug and play, while PC games require a hands-on approach. The window 10 includes Gaming mode which improves the performance of PC games. The game mode is a simple feature because it is activated or not. But it must be enabled on the whole system, in the settings, and then on a per-game basis. The latter requirement is due to the fact that Windows 10 has no reliable way of knowing that a given application is one. You must activate it in all the games you play. If you are new to a PC game or a veteran who has performance problems, the following tips could be a major help.

Disable automatic update

Windows 10 automatically update your operating system and schedules a reboot without your permission. Not only do automatic updates restart your computer randomly, downloading updates in the background will limit your network connectivity. Automatic update also allows you to reserve your system memory that affects the performance of your game

To disable automatic reboot, go to Control Panel. Click Administrative Tools> Services. Scroll down and right-click the window update, and then click Properties, click to clear the type, and then click Shut Down, and then apply the setting.

Keep Update The drivers for the graphics card

The two main graphics card companies today are Nvidia and AMD. It is known that several games tend to work best when the Nvidia card is installed, while AMD users must sit and wait for a driver update to find out where it is.

It is not unity, but the problems still persist. This is why drivers are regularly broadcast regularly, especially after the release of new games. Weve seen it several times when the new game comes on the market, it does not work as well as after an update of Nvidia and the AMD driver.

Updating the video card driver and driver for the sound card is important because sometimes a simple driver update can improve the performance of older games.

Get your optimized software

When playing video games on a console, one does not have much to worry about seeing the underlying software out of the way once the game is active. This is not necessarily the case with PC games, and as such, it can become a challenge.

When a game is launched, any active software in the background will continue to be active until something is done about it. The active software takes valuable resources to improve the performance of your game. We suggest you start Task Manager and close each active and not active process that is not important.

Is your browser operational with many tabs? Close them all. Do you have a video? Pause or finish the coding process before starting your game.

We need to emphasize that not all games require a lot of resources, but for those who do, let them access resources is not.

Select a high-performance power plan

Your graphical user interfaces (GUI) are a major barrier to your processing power. By default, your Windows 10 appearance settings are configured to impress. Games that work in the foreground may conflict with a brilliant GUI running in the background, so its best to adjust these settings for performance rather than appearance.

Adjust your visual effects settings under Start> Performance Type> Adjust Windows Appearance and Performance> Adjust for Better Performance> Apply> OK. Go to the Advanced tab of the same window and make sure that the Best Performance Adjustment option is also set on the programs.

Max Out Your Power Plan

Power options are often left alone because of their supposed, negligible effect. Some swear by faster games without moving when adjusting for higher performance, while others will notice no difference with changing their PC power settings. The only way to know for sure is to test it on your PC. Change your power settings under WIN KEY + X> Control Panel> System and Security> Power Options> High Performance.





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