6 Tips to Optimize Windows 10 for Gaming

To optimize your Window 10 PC for gaming, follow on the instructions below with some help from our software.

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1. (FIXED!) Disable Nagle’s Algorithm (You can use our software)

In order to optimize Windows 10 network for gaming, you can choose to disable Nagle’s algorithm by moving the slider to Disable and then clicking the Change button next to it.

2. Tweak Your Visual Effects Settings (You can use our software)

The GUI (graphical user interface) can use up your CPU and GPU processing power. There are a lot of background graphics that are turned on by default that affect the available processing power when playing games on the computer in the foreground.

To optimize Windows 10 for gaming, tweak your visual effects settings by choosing Best Performance or Best Performance with Smooth Font if you want to see nice fonts and then click the Change button next to it.

3. Use High-Performance Power Plan (You can use our software)

Changing power plan to high performance may help you to optimize Windows 10 for gaming. The other power plan settings are designed to better manage battery use on portable devices.

To change to High Performance power plan, select it from the drop-down list and then click Change button next to it.

4.  Optimize Windows 10 with Game Mode

You can optimize Windows 10 with Game Mode to improve gaming performance.

Now, here is the tutorial.

  1. Press Windows key and I Key together to open Settings.
  2. In the Settings page, click Gaming.
  3. In the next pop-up window, go to the Game Mode panel, and switch the button Use Game Mode to On.

5.  Manage Your Active Hours

Without your permission or when gaming, Windows 10 may install updates and reboot your computer. You can set the Active Hours to prevent this from happening to fit your gaming schedule.

Now, here is the tutorial.

  1. Press Windows key and I key together to open Settings.
  2. Then choose Update & Security to continue.
  3. On the right panel, click Change active hours.
  4. Then set the start time and end time based on your needs. Then click Save.

6.  Disable Mouse Acceleration

Disabling mouse acceleration allows you to aim and play faster.

Now, here is the tutorial.

  1. Press Windows key and I key together to open Settings.
  2. In the pop-up window, click Devices.
  3. Then navigate to the Mouse tab, and click Additional mouse options.
  4. In the pop-up window, navigate to the Pointer Options and uncheck the option Enhance pointer precision.

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