This is the second part in a series on ’10 Ways to Tune up Your PC’ from Ron Doyle, guest blogger for the Windows division of Microsoft. The original blog post can be found here.

Performance :: 10 Ways to Tune up Your PCYou should “look under your PC’s hood” to see how efficiently your computer is operating. To check your PC’s performance in Windows 7, click the “Start” button, type “Performance” in the Search box, and then choose “Performance Information and Tools” in the search results.

Your system’s processor, memory, graphics handling, and your hard drive are rated according to their capabilities. If you need more information on what these ratings mean, click the “What do these numbers mean”? link found under your base score.

Running Windows Vista? See how you can optimize performance.
Running Windows XP? Visit here for maintenance tips.

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