Low FPS rates can ruin the excitement of a gaming session. Although random hardware upgrades can increase your fps, they may not give you the satisfaction you desire. Instead, you should follow the steps below.
These are the steps you can take to increase the fps of your laptop
1. 1. Defragment the primary hard drive
As we constantly add and delete files to our hard drives, small information packets can end up randomly. This could lead to the laptop checking multiple places for these items. The fps rate would be affected by the longer time it takes to load/load files, the boot time, and other factors. This is the time to format the hard drive and improve the laptop’s performance.
Here’s how it works:
- Click on the Windows key + E on the keyboard >> click on ‘this PC’.
- Right-click on the local disk >>> Click properties
- Click tools tab >> optimize
- Click optimize
- After the process is completed, please restart your computer
- Please make sure that the problem of low FPS is solved.
2. For optimal performance, check out the power option.
Our device has a power-saver energy plan or balanced, that is programmed to save the battery. This greatly impacts your card’s performance and overall device’s ability to operate. Our platform also allows for advanced graphics features to be disabled.
Here are some ways you can make it better:
- Select the high-performance option
- Type “Advanced” >>> Click on “View Advanced Setting Options.”
- In the advanced option, click settings
- Click on ‘Adjust for the best performance’ > Apply > OK
3. 3. Upgrade the graphics driver
Low FPS will be caused by an outdated or incorrect graphics driver. To see if your FPS increases, you should check your drivers. Driver Easy can automatically do the job if you don’t have the time or patience to properly evaluate your drivers.
Driver Easy instantly identifies the system and finds the appropriate drivers. It doesn’t require you to know how your laptop works. It is not a good idea to download and install the wrong driver. Everything is handled by the easy Driver.
Driver Easy Pro or Free allows you to update your drivers instantly. With the paid version, it takes only 2 clicks
- Download and install Driver Easy
- Run Easy Driver and hit Scan Now. Driver Easy scans your drivers and identifies any issues.
- Click on Update to instantly install all drivers missing or obsolete on your system. You can also download them (this includes the Pro version, which you will need to update when you press Update).
- For the changes to take effect, restart your computer
4. Lessen your screen resolution
- After right-clicking in the empty area on your desktop, click the Display settings.
- To decrease resolution, click the drop-down menu under Resolution.
5. Clean the disk.
Disk Cleanup is a Windows-based program that allows us to delete unnecessary files and junk files. To Run Clean-up disk:
- Use the Windows logo key together with R on the keyboard. >>> copy & paste>> c:\windows\SYSTEM32\cleanmgr.exe /cDrive into the box >>>click OK.
- Click on the storage drive that you wish to select and then press OK.
- You can check all of the boxes. You may need to first search the recycle bin to find anything. Then click OK.
- You can delete the files you don’t want by pressing Delete Files.
6. Close additional applications and disable startup items
Many applications are resource-hungry, regardless of whether they run behind the scenes. They consume a large portion of our Processor consumption to lower FPS. Startup items are identical. These apps might need to be closed if we don’t use them, and deactivated if we do.
- You can simultaneously open Task Manager on your keyboard by pressing Ctrl-Shift and Esc.
- Right-click the background apps and programs you don’t need at the moment, then click End Task.
- Click on the Start tab. Right-click the items you wish to disable.
These are the most efficient and effective ways to increase your laptop’s fps. We hope that this will help you get the thrilling, exciting gaming experience you have been waiting for without any lags.