If you want to speed up your computer So we need to find the places which makes our system slow Or stopping it from speeding up.One such place is booting process where all hardware devices Or driver get loaded in the ram for further use.Keep in mind that your computer system has a lot of device that you don’t always use.When windows has to load all the extra hardware on your computer,it’s performance slows down. althought,Windows 8 is more intelligent than previous version about how it loads device & drivers loading & initializing those devices still takes time.In previous versions of Windows, the system would load one hardware device driver and then load another device driver in a series. The problem with loading the hardware this way was that it could slow down the boot dramatically if one hardware device was taking a long time to initialize.
Windows 8 is similar to Windows Vista in the way it loads device drivers And initializes the devices. Instead of loading the hardware device drivers in a Series, it now loads some of them in parallel. This allows the boot to be much Faster. Although the hardware devices are loaded in parallel instead of in a Series, the addition of more devices that the system has to load drivers for has The potential to, and most likely still, slows down the boot.
Using Device Manager to Disable Hardware
Getting rid of extra hardware with Device Manager is an easy way to speed up your computer.
Follow these steps to disable your extra hardware devices:
1. Open the Start screen, type devmgmt.msc, and press Enter.
2. After the Device Manager loads, you can browse through devices connected and currently running or disabled by browsing through the device.type sections. To disable a device, right-click the device name and click Disable.
3. To re-enable a device, right-click the device name and click Enable.This removes the check mark from the menu and re-enables the device.Which Hardware Devices Should I Disable? Each person uses (or doesn’t use) devices differently depending on the system setup. Nonetheless, some classes of devices are more commonly disabled than others. Knowing which ones will help you make your decision as to which devices you should disable.
The following classes of devices are frequently disabled:
■■Network adapters—Especially on notebook computers, there is often
more than one network device. Disabling the network devices that you
do not use will definitely save you some booting time.
■■ FireWire—If you have 1394 connections, otherwise known as FireWire,
you might consider disabling them. Unless you are using your FireWire
port to connect your digital video recorder to your computer, or have other
external FireWire devices, you have no need to have this device enabled.
■■ Biometrics—Some of the latest computer hardware includes biometric
sensor equipment such as a fingerprint scanner. If you do not use these
security features, you can save time by disabling these devices, too.
■■Modems—Do you have a broadband connection? If so, consider disabling
your modem. If you rarely use it, why not disable it? If you ever need to
use it again, just re-enable it.