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25 Ways to Optimize Your Windows 10 PC for Gaming
Windows 10 is the platform of choice for PC gamers for a reason. Not only is Windows 10 compatible with almost all the major PC games of the last few decades, you can also adjust a lot of built-in settings and third-party software to get the best possible performance while playing your favorite MMORPG or Battle Royale Games. So, today we’re going to discuss the best ways to optimize your Windows 10 PC’s performance for gaming.
In this article, we will discuss various software solutions to optimize gaming performance on your Windows 10 PC, as well as some hardware upgrades to ensure the best results. Read on to learn more about how to get the best out of your PC by playing games like Fortnite, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, GTA V (mods), Ark: Survival Evolved, Red Dead Redemption 2, Call of Duty , Destiny 2, Apex Legends, Rainbow Six Quarantine, and more.
Software Solutions to Improve Gaming Performance in Windows 10
There are a few tweaks and changes you can make to improve your gaming performance on your Windows 10 PC. Most of them are software based, which means you don’t even have to spend extra money to get them done. Here are our recommendations:
1. Enable Game Mode in Windows 10
Perhaps the easiest and most obvious way to improve your computer’s performance is to turn on “Game Mode” in Windows 10. This feature stops background activities such as Windows updates and application notifications to increase the frame rate of your games.
Game Mode is on by default, but a quick check won’t hurt. To do this, go to Settings (Windows key + I)> Games> Game Mode (left sidebar). You will now see a “Game Mode” switch in the right pane. Turn it on if it isn’t already.