Research each item before so you know what it is and what it does. Then you know if you can go without.
Mind you this will not "increase processing speed" but could help startup time as the processing speed is generally accepted as the CPU speed which won't be any faster.
You can also post a Web Speccy to see if anyone will read it and comment.
I'm wanting to improve pc performance and increase processing speed. I've followed discussions regarding performance software such as Avast, etc., but come to the conclusion that if many unnecessary tasks or programs can be removed during startup, my pc's will run significantly faster, like when they were new.
Side note, before I upgraded my notebook to Windows 10, it started and ran remarkably fast just before I made the upgrade: big mistake.
So, when I saw the list of processes executed posted from the window of the task bar, I was shocked to say the least. How can I eliminate the tasks without messing up my pc's? Surely by stopping or deleting several of these tasks should speed up performance. Basically I want to clean them up without installing more "maintenence" software that will ultimately slow it down or try to sell me more junk.
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.