Website aimed at people with intermediate understanding of computers looking to enhance the performance of their Windows PC, created to help people find information about computer configuration settings that may be hard to find or poorly documented.

Settings are sometimes not explained anywhere or the explanation uses jargon where a coherent answer is needed.  Crawling through web pages to find a snippet of information that could have been explained in a few small words is the drive for the creation of this website.

Pages on this website are created from personal experience and subjective testing in achieving the lowest input peripheral latency possible resulting in better system performance.

Bigger number is not always better and this applies to the configuration of a computer.  Balance between system components is important to reduce disparity and subsequently total system latency.