when we talk about Games the watchword is speed. After all, nobody likes to play sob. Aspects with a low number of frames it’s a ping high can ruin the gaming experience. If this happens to you and you want to speed up games right now, there are five tricks you can try when signing up Microsoft The Windows.
Windows: do this in the registry and make games much faster!
For the changes we are going to make next, you will need the Windows Registry Editor. To this end, in the search for Windows 11, write regedit and on the right side, click Open. Now everything is ready for us to start making changes to the system.
Disable fast startup
Fast Startup can make your Windows PC start up faster, but it also prevents it from shutting down completely. When there is a pause, the function saves all userscloses all programs and puts the rest of the system into a hibernation state before shutting down the computer permanently.
Coming out of this hibernation state can cause Court case be mistaken. At least their restoration. It can make your PC slower than usual. Needless to say, this is not good for gaming as it can impact frames a lot.
To disable QuickStart, navigate to registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control Control > Session Manager > Power. Double-click the HyperBootEnabled entry, change the value data to 1, and click OK.
Note that disabling fast startup will lengthen Windows loading time. However, if the games improve, it’s worth it.
Disable power management
The management of energy and above all its limitation makes the CPU slow down so as not to consume too much of the battery. Unfortunately, this can cause a small but noticeable performance loss.
Especially when it comes to gaming, a accelerated CPU can limit the graphics card’s potential, creating what’s known as throttling. This is because the GPU runs at a higher speed than the CPU can handle. This has an impact on the number of frames.
To disable, open Registry Editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Power > PowerThrottling. Double-click the PowerThrottlingOff entry, change the Value data to 1, and click OK.
In some cases, you may not find the PowerThrottling key inside. If so, you can also disable power throttling via the Local Group Policy Editor.
Disable Nagle’s Algorithm
Windows uses Nagle’s algorithm to reduce the number of packets sent over a network by combining them into a larger one. This can cause problems when the packages are small, meaning it will take longer to build them enough to ship as a large set.
Although this technology seems useful, it can increase the ping of some online games. As such, if you are experiencing high ping in a game, disabling Nagle’s algorithm may help.
To do this, open Registry Editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Services > Tcpip > Parameters > Interfaces. The objective here is to find the interface of the connection you are using. Then examine each of them and check the value of the DhcpIPAddress entry.
Once you find a match, right-click and select New > DWORD (32-bit). Name it TcpNoDelay. Then create another one the same way and name it TcpAckFrequency. Double click it one by one and change the value data to 1 in both inputs.
Disable network blocks
To maintain the stability of the Internet connection, Windows sometimes conditions the network speed, which can reduce performance. For online games, this can result in a higher ping. So to disable, open Registry Editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion > Multimedia > SystemProfile. Double-click the NetworkThrottlingIndex entry, change the Value data to ffffffff, and click OK.
Windows has a service known as the Multimedia Class Developer Service (MMCSS). Your job is to make sure that media applications, such as games, get priority access when needed. And with a few registry tweaks in Windows, you can tell MMCSS to give games a much higher priority.
To do this, launch Registry Editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion > Multimedia > SystemProfile > Tasks > Games. You will now need to modify the data of some entries:
GPU priority: mude para 8.
Priority: change it to 6.
Programming category: mude para High.