Boot up time on Windows 8 is pretty good to begin with, but if you have a lot of programs on your device, the time it takes for your Windows 8 device to boot up will be much longer. When you install a program on your computer, sometimes it adds itself to the list of programs to be launched at startup (even without your permission), this means that when you turn on your computer, the time it takes to boot up will feel much longer than when it did when you first bought the computer. In this video, I show you how to remove those programs from the list of programs to the startup menu, speeding up the time it takes to boot up your device.
With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft brought a whole new interface which brings fullscreen applications to the desktop. In Windows 8, you can move your applications around into different sections so that you can organize your work flow with all of the programs you use, you can even organize your Start Screen with games that you download from the web. What happens if you get confused of what applications go into what sections on your Start Screen? In this video, I show you how to name each app group on your Windows 8 device so you can stay organized all the time.
It is always a good thing when you can type in a link into your browser and be brought to the website within a few seconds. In this video, I show you how to remove the bandwidth limit on your device, which increases your internet speed significantly so you can browse faster.