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Windows 10 is the most popular operating system when it comes to gaming, and there’s no doubt about that. The selection of games released for Linux is much more limited and Macs rarely have the graphics processing power required to run any serious AAA title today.
Unfortunately, Windows 10 is not without its faults. It is notorious for its occasional crashes, frequent and forced updates, as well as the fact that it slows down significantly over time. This slowdown is a subject of much annoyance among gamers who have to deal with slow load times, even slower boot times, and various other problems.
In this guide, we will be giving you some tips on how to optimize Windows 10 for gaming and eliminate (or at least minimize) those pesky issues once and for all.