1. Windows Smart Screen
Windows Smart screen is a new feature which has been developed since Windows 8 version. It helps to prevent the dangerous applications on the internet, the links which lead users to defraud websites, malware infections, and help your computer avoid being installed unconfirmed application. It is considered as a new layer of security. But if you have a reliable antivirus software, this feature may be not necessary.

To disable this feature, you just do this:

Open Control Panel, find the Action Center, then choose Change Windows SmartScreen settings ”.
A new window will appear, you choose line ‘” Don’t do anything (turn off Windows SmartScreen)” then click ‘Ok’ to apply. 

 disable Windows Smart Screen
Change Windows SmartScreen settings 

Now you have disabled Windows Smartscreen successfully.

2.Service Superfetch
Service Superfetch is the feature of Microsoft since Windows Vista , which is built to help to improve system responsiveness by predicting which applications a user is likely to launch and preemptively loading the necessary data into memory, but sometimes this is also one of the causes that make our computer get the error ’Full disk’. In some situations, this is annoying! To disable this feature, I would like to give you some steps:
Press Ctrl + Alt + Del to browse Task Manager. Then you go to Tab ‘Service’ and find Superfetch, double click on this and change the ‘Startup type’ into ‘Disable’ . You follow step (1) (2) (3) (4) like the direction in the picture below. That is not too difficult!

disable Service Superfetch
Change in Task Manager

Now after you do these steps, you have disabled Service Superfetch successfully.
Hope this article will help you somewhat in reducing the problems for your computer to be faster. If you have any questions, please let us know by leaving your comments below. Thank you!


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