Optimising your operating system and programme installation

The significance of a computer at this modern age we are living in requires very little no explanation. We are taught from the very early age, that operating a computer seems a piece of cake. All good until our system begins to act strangely or show us occasional blue screens of surprise called BSoD (Blue screen of death ). While a lot of factors lead to such BSoDs, there is one major issue such as performance. All of these issues can be taken care of by maintaining and optimising your system.

In this article we will focus more on optimising your operating system.

What does it exactly mean to optimise your system?

So, what is optimising your system? We saw how you can maintain your system, which means, keeping the performance statistics always high rather than letting it go downward.

As for the optimisation, you want to make sure your system is performing much better, healthier and speeding up the response time. You can do so by, for instance, adding a piece of software or hardware to achieve such faster and better result. This is what optimisation is. So let us now, look at some ways we can optimise our system.

Programme installation

One of the major task a computer has to go through from time to time or depending on the user, is going through programmes installation and uninstall processes of programmes. It is worth knowing that each time you add or remove a software in your system, this affects the computer in various way than the purpose of the programme itself. So, it is worth knowing how to do this very thing downright!

There are some serious aspects involved in a whole software installation process before you just grab that piece of software and throw it to the system. Some key aspects to consider is, if the software system requirements. Like, does your computer or the computer you wanna install this piece have enough space for this piece of application? Does it have enough RAM to run this software? How about the OS version? Can it be run on the OS you are installing in?

As for the modern users and time, the installation process has gone past the days of floppy disk, optical disc to straight from the internet. You just need the installation file. Then you certainly need the administrator privilege to install such software.

Security issues of installation new software

One of the lookout you need to keep is, anytime you decide to install a software, make you quick Internet search on google about the software and see if there is any potential security issue exists with the software and the kind of bug ( flaw, instability etc ) it has with the recent version. If you find something like, this can expose your pc to attacks, certainly you wanna step back and avoid installing such software, no matter how lucrative it looks.