The fastest way to see a progressive increase in FPS without any investment is to run the game at a lower resolution. If your monitor has a resolution of 1920 x 1080, you can reset it to 1 680 x 1050 or 1 366 x 768 to see some increase in FPS. If possible, always close the background applications of your operating system before starting the game. This will free up your computer's CPU memory cycles, and you will be able to enjoy accelerated and smooth gameplay fully. Some increase in fps in games is affected by many Windows programs that, when installed, add an autorun function and can run in the background. For Windows 7 and earlier, press Windows and "R" at the same time, then type "MSConfig" and "enter" to open the configuration window. Go to the "Autorun" tab, then disable anything unnecessary and reboot. These are the basics to keep in mind, but be careful not to tear down all the settings, so you don't have to call a RAID RECOVERY specialist for help later.