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« on: January 29, 2021, 10:22:38 PM »

Want to improve the gaming performance of your laptop? The best way to improve the performance of your laptop is to make sure that you can easily play the games of your choice.

Your premium gaming laptop will never fetch the same price as a gaming desktop. But that doesn't mean that you can't play modern games. Rather, it puts extra pressure on you to make sure your laptop is optimized for gaming.

With desktop computers, you can upgrade hardware. Laptop users may find that they can only replace the memory (and perhaps the hard drive) with an upgrade. So what can you do to improve laptop performance? Here are 5 ways to optimize your laptop gaming setup on Windows 10.

1. Adjust Your Computer's Power Settings:
Some devices can enjoy better performance without efficient power management. When it comes to laptops, devices that are designed to be used away from the constant power source, power management is a big deal.
Windows gives you some detailed power management options, but for a solid gaming experience, you need to plug your laptop into a power outlet.
With that in mind, it's time to check your computer's power settings. In Windows 10, you can open Settings> System> Power & Sleep> Additional power settings and select the High Performance option. It is also worth noting that you have not adjusted anything here by clicking Change Plan Settings> Change Advanced Power Settings. When you squeeze the gaming performance out of your laptop, you don't want less than the maximum power setting.

2. Update Laptop Drivers for Faster Gaming:
Almost all computers running Windows, Mac OS, and Linux operating systems are based on the same hardware, with the same architecture. This means that whatever the operating system, it is important to keep the device drivers up to date.
Fortunately, this is usually the straightforward and worst case scenario that has been widely absorbed with standard operating system updates.
However, when it comes to graphics drivers, you may need a more approachable approach. Although Intel Graphics is not widely suited for heavy gaming, Windows Update will enjoy the latest drivers, but your third party graphics vendor does not offer that option.
Instead, make sure your GPU management software (such as Driver Booster Pro 7 Full Crack Nvidia GeForce or AMD Gaming Evolution) is set to update automatically. Also make sure to update your drivers and audio drivers.

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