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I re-installed windows 7 ultimate 64bit last night.
I'm wondering what you guys to tweak it and optimize it.

I was using Auslogics boostspeed last time and ultimate windows tweaker.

I am using RAID 0 with 64kb stripe.
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Well,For the style I use styler tool bar try it out
    
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Thanks, would love more feedback
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post #4 of 7
In my experience the more "optimization" programs you put on and install the slower the computer becomes. Windows 7 by itself is really fast and by default has most of the performance gains built in. Just make sure you have good hardware and you should be good to go.
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Do not install a lot of programs. If you do install programs just install 4 or 5 applications that you need to install like av, firewall and any needed application. you can get most applications as portables and use them. Like tuneup utilities, Ccleaner, your-unistaller, firefox, opera all of them come in a portable form. Use them it will keep your OS clutter free and your OS registry much cleaner
post #6 of 7
I tend not to install 'speeding up' programs, (definitely not ones that run all the time), as generally they don't help

Auslogics disk defrag, CCleaner and a couple of other tools (like SpaceSniffer) to help keep my PC tidy and organised.

To improve performance, I tend to remove things that I don't want/need. So get rid of Media Centre, IE, some other Windows features; disable/set to manual services I don't need, remove everything useless from auto starting on boot.
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post #7 of 7
^yeah those boosters are junk they use more resources than what they safe. If you got a spinner use ultimate defrag to place the files like your os and your games to the front of the drive. With it you can select which directorys and files you want in the front of the drive
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