Your computer is a complex combination of so-called resources that consist of a finite quantity of RAM, CPU processing power and graphic c0-processing power. These resources are shared by the behind-the-scenes overhead services that work to simply keep your computer running and performing all of the necessary functions. The problem is, Windows 7 comes with many services turned-on by default. These may be services continuously running that are not necessary for many computer users.
All of these services continuously running are sapping your limited RAM, along with CPU and graphic processor power that could be utilized for the more speedy and efficient operation of the actual software that is doing the work for you, such as word-processing spreadsheets, design and browsing applications. These are the real-world work programs you need to allocate your computers limited resources; not some other vague or totally unused services or features that sit there in the background eating up processor cycles.
When you open a Microsoft Word document or Chrome browser window, does your computer just sit there? Does it seem sluggish and apathetic about your need to get work done? Removing these Windows features and services that you don’t use can make your computer much more snappy, and streamlined making for a much more enjoyable computing experience. Does your laptop or desktop only have an old Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3 or older AMD processor? Do you have a limited amount of RAM and an old and slow standard hard drive? Computer Optimizer shows the most notable performance gains on the machines that have the most limited resources.
The length of time to power your portable computer when you are away from a power outlet can be important to road warriors. If you are using a laptop for fieldwork or untethered browsing at your favorite coffee house, battery life is one of your main performance criteria for your laptop. Unused and continuously running Windows 7 operating system components dramatically reduce your battery’s life.
You want your computer to be available for doing computing work and not running unused processes in the background draining your battery while sapping your computing power. Everyone wants the freedom to roam freely without finding an outlet (that is usually not conveniently located) or lugging around a heavy power adapter. Besides battery life, these processes are hogging a considerable amount of your computer’s resources and decreasing its ability to apply those limited resources to the important work you need to get done.
Computer Optimizer will take you by the hand and ask you a series of questions. Dependent on your answers to these questions, it will turn off the related Windows features that are not necessary for your specific computer usage. Computer Optimizer is an all-in-one utility that will enable you to improve battery life and system performance.