How to optimize the Samsung® P560
Samsung P560 system is a system with good features. The system is lightweight and highly reliable. You can keep all your files safe and secure with the embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for data encryption. You can avoid multiple applications and the system password with the help of the fingerprint reader in this system. These features help to ensure that it is virtually impossible to access sensitive data. The optimization in a system is the process of improving the performance through different methods. The method will be different in different situations. For example, if the system sluggishness is due to the lack of memory, then you can use the memory upgradation method.
- Upgrading memory
- Better scanning
- Remove unnecessary files
The main reason for system slowdown is insufficient memory in the system. The system might come with a low memory. When the user installs more programs on the system, then the memory will decrease and the system might start to slow down. To avoid this you can upgrade the memory capacity to the maximum level. Thus, you can install more programs and the performance of the system will improve.
The malwares in the system is also a reason for the sluggishness in the system. Those malicious codes will affect the software and the hardware in the system and make the system useless. Thus, the processor will fail to access those programs. This makes the the system slow down. Through proper scanning, you can resolve the issue.
The unnecessary files in the system also can make the system unstable. The temporary files in the temporary folders are the most dangerous among them. But you can remove such temporary files from the system. The Task Manager is one of the methods to remove the unnecessary processes from the system. The second method is by using 'Run'. The temporary folder will appear after using the command 'msconfig'. From that folder, you can remove the unnecessary files.