It's not rare that when you buy a Windows 10 operating system, a PC or laptop user, gets the maximum amount of positive emotions from using this OS, but not for a long time ... It would seem that there might be a reason, because everything seems to work and function fully? That's only, as practice shows, there is a "reason" and it leads to consequences in the operation of the OS, which are expressed in the form of a slow PC. Beginners behind computers can not understand: "What exactly started to happen with their PCs and why do they work so slowly?" But experienced PC users know that it's because of the numerous applications that work in the background. It is for this reason that today we decided to touch on this topic in order to tell you about: "How to disable background programs on Windows 10?" This shutdown will allow any user to make their computer or laptop faster , which will certainly affect the speed of his slaves, regardless of what actions will be performed for him.
How to disable background programs on Windows 10?
You go first in the Start menu, where you find the gear (icon) with the name "Options" by which you click with the left mouse button.
Once in the newly opened window, you should pay attention only to the icon in the form of a lock named "Confidentiality".
The new window will have the name "Options" and there will be a small list of parameters among which you will have to find the "Background applications" and click on it with the left mouse button to open an additional area with application settings where you will have the opportunity make manual setting of each individual application that runs in the background by moving the switch from one position to another.
After you manage to disable background programs on Windows 10, in some cases, you will notice that the computer or laptop is running several times faster.
Please note that to turn on applications to work in the background, you just simply need to do the entire operation described above, but only this time, you'll have to move the switches to a different position relative to the one in which they were located.