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The Windows 7 is one of the latest versions of windows with improved features and connectivity. However, there are a lot of factors that can cause the computer to slow down. The problem is that the default settings of the open office windows 7 64-bit is such that it enhances the user experience with all its features, but at the same time, some of these features can bring down the performance of the PC.
However, in case you can compromise on the enhanced experience or certain other features, but not on your speed of connectivity, here are some steps that you can take to improve the speed of your connectivity.
Increase the number of connections to the server
You internet browser would always limit the number of connections simultaneously possible to a web page on a server. This can slow down your connectivity as the web page would wait for one item to finish loading in order to load another one. Changing this number would speed up your connection. You can do this by going to the registry editor by typing regedit in the windows search button and the search for “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings” and add “maxConnectionsPerServer” and “MaxConnectionsPer1-0server.” The values can vary anywhere between 6 and 10.
Using the Maximum Performance Option
This option is used to improve the performance, particularly in laptops in which most probably the settings would be in “power save” or “Balanced” mode by default. In order to change the settings, choose “start” from the taskbar and then click on “control panel” and from select “Power options.” In
this option, change the settings to “high performance.” However, be advised that this would have detrimental effect on your batteries as it would drain them much faster than when they are in the power saver mode.
Removing the IE 8 add-ons
The open office windows 7 64 bit comes with IE 8(Internet explorer 8) which is part of enhancing the user experience feature. How the IE 8 calls up the add-ons in the background while it loads and this would slow down the performance of the PC. So disabling this feature of IE 8 would help to improve the speed of your PC. In order to do that, Select “Tools” menu in IE 8 and then choose “Manage Add-ons.” A new window would open up and in that choose “Disable” after clicking on each Add-ons provided. Be careful, not to remove those that are essential for your browser to function properly.