Optimization in Lenovo® IdeaPad U450p
What are the guidelines for optimizing Lenovo IdeaPad U450p?
Lenovo IdeaPad U450p laptops come with any of three processors which are Intel Pentium 1.30 GHz, Intel Core 2 Duo or Intel Core 2 Solo. System is preinstalled with Windows Vista Operating System. The memory of this system includes 3 GB or 4 GB RAM and 250 to 320 GB SATA hard drive. The graphics is supported by GMA X4500 MHD or ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330. The Lenovo laptop gives you an extreme computing experience at its initial time but just like other computer systems it also degrades in the performance level over time. Various optimization techniques are used to prevent such situations. Lenovo provides certain software and hardware performance troubleshooting techniques to maintain the computer system. The Windows Vista Operating System in the laptop also contains specific repairing and maintenance methods as in-built. Some of the tips to optimize Lenovo IdeaPad U450p laptop are given below:
- Upgrade the memory
- Delete unwanted files and applications
- Perform disk defragmentation
Upgrade the memory
Lenovo IdeaPad laptop comes with 3 or 4 GB RAM. After you install many number of applications programs and anti-virus tools, your system gets slowed down. The laptop RAM is upgradable up to 8 GB. By doing this you could increase the performance and functioning speed of the computer system. It is also possible to upgrade you hard drive; thereby you could store bulk amount of data in it.
Delete unwanted files and applications
When you get the Lenovo laptop initially it might be loaded with bundled software provided by Lenovo which might not be useful for you. And also there exist certain temporary files and cookies which are automatically downloaded from the Internet when you browse. All these unwanted files and applications take much space in your memory. By deleting these files you could save your memory.
‘Disk Defragmenter’ is a system tool which is in-built with the Windows Vista Operating System in Lenovo laptops. You should perform defragmentation frequently. This would rearrange your data files in the hard drive in a good manner thereby decreasing the effort of the hard drive. If the files are existing in the hard drive in a scattered form that would give too much effort for your hard drive to bring them together when applications need those files.