When the day is over and it’s time to go, there’s nothing more annoying than waiting for your computer to shut down in USA. One of the main reasons is that many programs work, but you have to search harder to find a solution. Knowing what’s slowing down Windows can help you get rid of them quickly, but keeping your computer and registry clean can prevent future crashes in USA. Some computer programs continue to run in the background even after they are closed. This is one of the reasons why overall computer performance slows down especially during shutdown. If the computer is off, it should be prompted to close all programs, including those running in the background, before exiting. Close as many open lists as possible before closing in USA. Malware Malware is an attack program designed to collect information about your behavior, transmit it to other computers, or just cause problems. Malware is usually full of files and folders of all kinds, slows down your computer’s performance, takes up your computer’s RAM and can even prevent Windows from shutting down properly. Run antivirus software to block malware from your computer and remove it while it’s running. Sometimes, when programs are improperly removed, the instructions that are executed remain in the registry. Depending on the program type, Windows may attempt to run these commands and cancel the uninstall process. Free downloadable programs such as EasyCleaner, CCleaner, and Vise Registry Cleaner help clean up the registry in USA, mainly by identifying and removing information that indicates missing files and programs. It’s best to choose a “registry cleaner” that only creates backups, so you can quickly and easily restore anything you don’t want deleted. Visual effects on the Windows desktop Visual effects can slow down your computer’s performance, including the shutdown process in USA. The worst offenders are usually windows sliding in and out, photos of Barbara’s jobs, and shadows behind windows and panels. To disable the effects, open the Magic Notifications panel, click Settings, then click Control Panel. Select the “Performance and Maintenance” icon and click on the “Visual Effects Adjustment” button in the left pane in USA. Let Windows choose what’s right for my computer automatically updates display settings based on your computer’s specifications. Click on OK to save the changes. Hybrid Shutdown Windows 8 uses a hybrid shutdown mode that allows you to quickly shut down and restart your computer. Instead of shutting down the kernel, the part that connects software processes to the hardware, it goes to sleep in USA. However, this feature is known to cause problems with computer performance. To turn off the hybrid, type “power” (without the quotes) in the search box on the keyboard, then click “Settings” and “Change how power buttons work.” Select “Turn on fast startup (recommended)”, save any changes and restart your computer in USA.