How To Increase Laptop FPS, Must Know If Game FPS On Windows Is Less Stable
How to increase Windows laptop FPS (Makeuseof)

YOGYAKARTA – One of the attractive offers that make many people feel at home playing games on PC is graphics. Admittedly, PC games still offer the best graphics in the industry today.

But, not infrequently there are also users who are forced to stroke their chests. Usually due to low FPS games. And not infrequently, this condition makes it difficult for players to concentrate or enjoy the game being played.

Please calm. Whether you've just bought the latest device but the graphics still look bad, or you find the FPS game is less stable, the author has prepared a solution. Below, the VOI team has put together some ways to increase laptop FPS. Want to know?

First: Recognize the Difference Between Low FPS or Interrupted Internet Connection

Before you start fixing low FPS on your PC or laptop, it's important to recognize the difference between low FPS and intermittent internet connection. You see, not a few gamers who still have difficulty distinguishing the two.

When you are facing a low FPS, then there is something wrong with the computer. Its characteristics are like a broken image -even when playing offline games though. Therefore, it is important to know the capabilities of your monitor's refresh rate and frame rate.

Meanwhile, internet connection problems are usually caused by the network. You can get high FPS, but still experience glitches. Examples are characters who don't want to move, suddenly return to their previous position, and many more.

Then, How to Overcome Low FPS on a Laptop?

There are several things you can do to increase the FPS of your laptop. Immediately follow one of the steps below:

Update Driver

The driver is part of the software that manages the display between the computer and the connected hardware. The average laptop or PC user usually doesn't have to worry about updating drivers. However, it's a different story if you're a heavy gamer.

You see, less updated drivers can have a big impact on game performance. So it's important that you update your drivers occasionally.

Close Background Programs You Don't Need

When you play games, especially the latest types, you should first close all applications or programs that are running in the background. The reason is, this can free up more resources on the device.

You can do it quickly. Just close all open applications that appear on the desktop. In addition, you can also access the Task Manager. Click Ctrl + S + Esc to open it faster. Then, click More Details, then select the programs that are running but you don't really need.

Turn off Visual Effects in Windows

It has become the default Windows laptop setting to enable various visual effects on the device. This service is turned on automatically and includes the default service of the operating system.

Visual effects services make the appearance of menus and other elements look smoother. But, unfortunately, this service also consumes storage resources. Therefore, to increase game FPS, it's a good idea to just disable Windows visual effects.

To do this, type Performance in the Search Box next to the Start menu. Then select the Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows menu. In the Visual Effects box, you will see graphic features that can be enabled or disabled.

Click Adjust for best performance to disable all running effects. Then, end it by clicking on the Ok button located below. Easy, right?

Those are some ways to increase laptop FPS that you can try yourself. There's no need to worry when the game graphics on a Windows laptop look more disorganized. Just run the steps above, okay?

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