How to Disable Superfetch on Windows 10

Disable Superfetch on Windows 10

Windows 10 Superfetch and what it does to your computer, in this post we will walk you through how to disable Superfetch on windows 10.

How to Disable Superfetch from Windows Services

1. On your keyboard press the Windows Key+R

2. In the Run, tab Write services.msc then press OK

3. Windows services will open, Now Look For Superfetch

4. Right-Click Superfetch and click Stop

5. Right-Click Superfetch and click Properties

6. From The Startup Type Choose Disabled

7. Then Apply and Ok

How to Disable Superfetch Frome Registry

1. On your keyboard press the Windows Key+R

2. In the Run, tab Write regedit then press OK

3. From Registry Editor, on the left side click the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE arrow

4. Choose SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Session Manager > MemoryManagement

5. Select PrefetchParameters

6. On The Right side double click EnableSuperfetch

7. Set the value data to 0 then OK

The Computer will ask for a restart after restart the superfetch should be disabled.

What Is Superfetch?

According to Microsoft Superfetch is a built-in Windows service designed to pre-load frequently used applications and files into your memory and thereby speed up your system. In 2007, Microsoft introduced Windows Vista and Superfetch was one of its new features. Superfetch became a built-in service of Windows 7 and Windows 10 as well and now windows 11.

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