Streaming movies, informative videos, talkshows, tv seasons etc is the trend of the hour.

People love to catch on their favorite online content as and when they desire by making good use of high-speed Internet. However, sometimes all of their plans get disrupted badly due to minor glitches. These glitches aren’t that serious in nature, but they often lead to a drastic drop down or a complete grinding halt in the streaming experience.

Here we take a look at 4 of the most easiest tricks that can help you out. Here it goes then.


Update Display Drivers

This has surely got to be the first area which you need to take care of when it comes to tackling any issue related to the display settings.

  1. Press Windows Key + R to open up the Run box.
  2. Type in devmgmt.msc and press Enter to open up Device Manager.
  3. Expand the Display adapters node by clicking the arrow just before it.
  4. Right-click it to open the context menu and select Update Driver Software.
  5. Let the update process to conclude on its own. Once it is over, restart the computer.


Disable Windows’ Animation

This is another feature which occupies a good amount of computer resources. Disable it to free up resources for more important tasks.

  1. Right-click This PC, select Properties.
  2. Click the Advanced system settings option on the left.
  3. Click Settings under the Performance heading.
  4. Click Customize and then uncheck Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing.
  5. Click OK | OK.


Install Windows Updates

Going for the latest Windows updates is always a good option to make use of the latest goodies made available by Microsoft to supplement its flagship operating system. These updates help in a wide range of areas, including online streaming.

  1. Click start | Settings.
  2. Click Update & security.
  3. Finally, click on Download.


Abort Hardware Acceleration

  1. Open Control Panel and opt to view Large icons.
  2. Click Display and then select Change display settings from the left-hand side.
  3. Look out for Advanced display settings in the lower half of the screen and select it.
  4. If you get the Troubleshooting tab in the window that opens up, this means the Graphics Card supports hardware acceleration.
  5. Click the Troubleshooting button and move the slider to Full.
  6. Click OK and reboot your computer.