Are your Windows 7 operating system powered laptop or desktop often runs out of resources? This means you have not optimized the OS. If that is so, the optimization tips I am going to share here might help you.
The user interface of Windows 7 looks stunning. The default transparent glass design in the task-bar and application Windows looks incredible. However, to maintain that delicate look on the Windows User Interface, your CPU cuts out a massive amount of resources. The CPU is using the resources to run the local service dwm.exe. To know more about Desktop Window Manager or Dwm.exe, visit the Official webpage.
Ideally, your system resources should be available for the applications you want to run. Your CPU resources should not be waste to run some unwanted Windows’s local service. In fact, how striking the system UI looks is not even the secondary concern, leave alone the primary.
Your notebook or desktop should not lag while you are working on it. You should be able to complete your tasks at a faster speed. That could only happen if you optimize your system OS in such a way that it grabs only the required CPU resources to run essential Windows services. Proper optimization of Windows would leave more resources onboard for the end user.
Besides, Desktop Windows Manager using a lot of memory could cause even the vital services to stop resulting in your computer CPU stopped working. In fact, I am yet to find any advantage due to Desktop Windows manager. Therefore, the right notion to smoothly run your PC would be to disable dwm.exe.
►Windows 7 Optimization Guide for DWM.exe
To save resources, one of the best optimization tips for Windows 7 Operating system is disabling the “Desktop Window Manager Session.” Can you see “DWM” in your system Task manager? How much system resources it has been holding hostage? You need to disable it to release the CPU resources.
Just to make you more informed about your computer system, the DWM Windows program offers neither any advantage nor any disadvantage. It only adds transparent glass feel to the task-bar and active working Windows. Hence, it is just a waste application, and you should disable it.
Search online, you would find many weird suggestions on how to disable Desktop Windows Manager or DWM. However, the steps required to disable DWM is straightforward to follow. In this Windows 7 Optimization tutorial, I would show you with the help of images.
► Disable Desktop Windows Manager dwm.exe
In the control panel of your computer system, locate “Administrative tools” and open it. Next in the Administrator tools Window, look for component services. On the left side can you see “Services (Local)? Open the local services and look for Desktop Window Manager”.
The local service is the list of services installed on your computer system. Some run automatically, some manually, and some remain disabled until a relevant application does not activate it. Here all the services are arranged alphabetically.
Once you have located the Desktop Windows Manager” Service, right click on it and select “Properties” from the popup list. In the status section, select “Disable.”
Done – you have successfully disabled an unwanted Windows service. In fact, you have permanently disabled the unwanted service, which was taking a right amount of CPU resources for no good reason. I just hope the Windows 7 Optimization tips help you to make your Windows powered Laptop or Desktop faster and lag-free.