Improve Core Operating System Kernel Performance
Drivers that are seldom used and additional system code are normally stored in the physical RAM on a users' PC. By default Windows is limiting the performance of applications by reducing the amount of physical memory available for use. By optimizing kernel performance your PC will now store this unused information on the disk when it is not being used. Increase CPU Priority
It is the Windows default to evenly split CPU priority among applications. To improve application performance you can use this tweak to give priority to the application you are actively using.
Increase maximum CPU threads When the system load is high the amount of CPU threads is limited by Windows. Utilizing this tweak increases the maximum thread count and helps improve PC performance during peak usage.
Speed Up windows startup
Normally Windows startup files are spread out across your hard-disk which increases the amount of time it takes the PC to read them in order for Windows to startup. By moving all of the startup files into a contiguous cluster on your hard-disk you’ll decrease the time it takes Windows to startup.