Optimization in Samsung® P460
Are you interested in optimizing your Samsung P460 notebook for improving its performance?
Samsung P460 notebook is a lightweight and durable computing device. You can save all of your files safely and securely with the embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for data encryption. In addition, the integrated biometric fingerprint reader lets you to swap multiple application and system passwords with a single fingerprint. These features make sure that it is virtually impossible to access sensitive data stored in your Samsung P460 notebook. Samsung P460 notebook has been configured with genuine Windows Vista operating system specification. The notebook is powered with Intel Core 2 Duo processor. It has a RAM of 3 GB and hard disk drive of 320 GB.
Following are some of the optimization methods that can be used in your Samsung P460 notebook:
- Clean up the disk errors
- Scan the system properly
- Rearrange the hard disk data
Clean up the disk errors
The disk errors are among the basic reasons behind the slowness of your Samsung P460 notebook. The disk errors can also result in system crashes. Such errors can occur if there are some problems with the hard disk. You can resolve such errors with the help of the Disk Cleanup property available in Windows operating system.
Scan the system properly
Proper scanning is very effective to improve the performance by removing the malware from your Samsung P460 notebook. Malware infections in the system can affect the important processes and slow down your notebook. Proper scanning with an antivirus program can remove each of the malware in the system.
The data in the hard disk can get fragmented due to the split storage of the files. Fragmented files can slow down the performance of your Samsung P460 notebook. This is because your system need to search in the entire parts for accessing a particular file. To avoid this issue, you can use the disk defragmentation tool. This utility can help you to arrange the data in the correct place and thus improve the system performance.