You can’t walk into a car dealership and buy a car that’s ready to enter a race.
Even high-performance sports cars come tuned for the road, not the racetrack.
The suggestions below can be used to squeeze more speed, more tracks, and more plug-in power out of any computer.
We're including basic adjustments that all users should perform, as well as more advanced tips for those interested in having the most rock-solid performer possible.
Disabling Wi Fi and Bluetooth can be an effective broad-brush solution that prevents many of these operations from triggering.
Whether it is Dropbox, Messenger, Skype, or your OS itself, you can prevent auto-scheduled updates, downloads, and synchronizations from occurring by disabling Wi Fi.
We love and need these applications, but they can cause problems if allowed to run during a live performance.
If an application or setting is not critical to your performance, uninstall or disable it.The suspension, gearing, and timing all need to be tweaked before a car is ready to be pushed to their limits. While most new computers will perform well right out of the box, whether you buy a Windows or Mac computer, you still have some work to do before you’ll see your new machine perform to its maximum potential.Performing and mixing music is one of are among most demanding tasks you can ask of your computer, sometimes more taxing than professional graphics and video work.So you bought a computer-DJ system, followed all the instructions, and set everything up. A typical Windows or Mac DJ setup may contain software and hardware products from a number of companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Serato, Native Instruments, Ableton, Akai Professional, Denon DJ, Alesis, M Audio, Rane, and Numark.Even with a minimalist setup, getting all the separate hardware and software components to work together smoothly can be tricky.