How to improve the speed of computer running Android simulator?
If you don’t have an Android phone, you can install an Android emulator on your computer, because it can simulate the Android phone system on your computer and give your Android a full experience of the Android phone system’s charm. But a lot of friends respond to computer running Android Simulator is very card.
Now let’s take a look at the specific solution.
1, install the latest version of the graphics driver. Bluestacks is a very high performance requirement for graphics cards, so upgrading to the latest version of the graphics driver is key to ensuring smooth running of the bluestacks. We recommend that you use the “Driver Wizard” program to update the installation of the display driver, directly in Baidu Search download “Driver Wizard” can.
2, of course, we can also use the “Drive Wizard online version” to implement the display-driven update operation. Go to the “Driver Wizard” website and update to the latest graphics driver as shown in the figure.
3, then authorize full access to the “Bluestacks” directory. Go to the system’s “\bluestacks” directory, right-click the directory, and select the properties item.
4. Then, in the pop-up Properties window, switch to the Security tab, select the username that has not been given full control, usually the user, and click the Edit button.
5. In the pop-up Security window, add Full Control permission for User.
6, temporarily close unwanted programs to release more system capital-source to Bluestacks movement: because the Android simulator will have a lot of system capital-source, so before running bluestacks, using the “360 acceleration ball” to clean up the system, Will greatly enhance the speed of the bluestacks operation.
7, run the Bluestacks program, then right-click on the taskbar and select the Start Task Manager item from the pop-up right-click menu.
8, then right-click the “Bluestacks” icon in the “taskbar”, select “Bluestacks frontend” from the pop-up menu, you can see “keyword Hd-frontend” in the pop-up window.
9, then, in the Task Manager interface, switch to the Processes tab, right-click the hd-frontend. exe process, choose Set priority-real-time from the pop-up menu, and then click the Set Priority button in the Prompt window that pops up.
10. Continue right-clicking the hd-frontend. EXE process and choosing set dependencies from the pop-up menu.
11. In the Open Processor Dependencies window, ensure that only the last item is checked, and click OK to complete the setting.