How to Optimize Windows for Better Game Performance

Whether you have a new gaming PC or an existing one, you should optimize Windows for better gaming performance with a few simple tweaks. Windows isn’t completely gaming-friendly by default, but by making a few changes to its settings, you can be sure nothing is holding you back and your games.

To boot all this up, you must understand that the biggest impact on performance is hardware weakness. Your old graphics card will drop your frames per second in more ways than just a simple setup in Windows. A gaming PC with only four to eight gigabytes of RAM will have the same grip on your frames per second in a lot of modern games. Before changing anything, consider upgrading first, and set your expectations for how Windows settings will affect your gaming experience. It’s not much, but it can add up.

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