Have you ever experienced when you are using Windows 11, you feel that Windows 11 is running quite slow on your device, you may need to check some of the following settings.
Already Using SSD
SSD (Solid State Drive) is a data storage device composed of various integrated circuits. SSD is a new generation of storage media that uses flash memory. In terms of the speed of storing, reading and processing data, SSDs are much faster than HDD. SSD use integrated flash memory chips. These memory chips are mounted on a board that is interconnected.
Just like on USB flash drives, SSD carry NAND-based technology. With this technology, SSDs can still store data even when they are not connected to a power supply. Despite carrying the same technology, the type and speed of an SSD is much higher than a flash drive.
Starting from the era of Windows 10, we at least have to use SSD for system storage, because after all SSD will increase the performance of the device and operating system that we use. So have you used an SSD?
Turning Off Animations
You can turn off the Animations feature in Settings > Accessibility > Visual Effects > Animations Effects. This is done if you are already using an SSD, but it turns out that your Windows 11 still feels slow.
Now by turning off animations, of course it feels like there will be a slight increase in performance, especially when opening and closing applications, but of course the full experience of Windows 11 will be reduced.
Turning off Transparency
Then you can turn off the transparent effect in Windows 11 via the Settings > Accessibility > Visual Effects > Transparency page. You can do this step, if the two steps above Windows 11 still feel slow.
Or by going to Settings > Personalizations > Colors > Transparency effects.
Uninstall Bloatware and Unused Apps
In addition to the three things above, you also remove a number of applications that you don’t use as well as some bloatware that is present in Windows 11 by default.
To uninstall bloatware and unused apps, you can use an app like ThisIsWin11 to remove bloatware and even make some adjustments to the Windows 11 you’re using.