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How to check the performance of the computer using the Task Manager. Step 1. Press "Ctrl + Alt + Del" or right-click on the "Taskbar" and select "Task Manager". Step 2. The Task Manager window will be opened. In this window click on the "More Details" in the bottom-left. Step 3. In this step go to the "performance" tab.How can I increase my computer performance?
Add memory. One of the quickest ways to increase your computer's performance is by adding more memory, also known as RAM. Believe it or not, adding memory is extremely cheap, and requires little tech-savvy on your part. In fact, most memory can be swapped out in under 10 minutes at home.
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