Simple and easy to follow computer/operating system tutorials

In Windows 10, Automatic Maintenance runs full diagnostics scans and cleanups, automatically whenever you use your computer.   Although this feature will keep your computer cleaned up, pretty much all the time, it comes at a cost,  and that is performance.  If you find your computer running a little slower than you would like, try making some configuration changes to run Automatic Maintenance at a scheduled time, rather than continually.  This may enhance your performance. There are only two quick and easy steps needed to schedule your "Automatic Maintenance Feature" to run at the best time to suit you, see below:

Step 1 - Use 'Windows Search" to find "Automatic Maintenance", and click on "Change Automatic Maintenance settings" see below:


Step 2 - Simply use the "Drop Down" box to select a time that you computer will be turned on, and at a time when you will be unlikely to be using it, and also select the 'Tick' box, to "Allow scheduled maintenance to wake up my computer at the scheduled time", see screen example below:

This completes our tutorial.  However, ff you are experiencing performance issues, and have already set your "Automatic Maintenance Feature" to run at a time you are not operating your computer, then it is time to seek some help.  

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