If you experience lag spikes & high ping when playing PUBG then that’s a good indication there is an issue with your computer. In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to clean up your computer to reduce your PUBG ping. If you still don’t know what your ping is, then you can use PUBG Ping Test to find that out. Now, let’s see how to handle this.
The very first thing you have to do is check your computer for viruses and malware. Viruses do not affect your PUBG ping directly but they can cause lag. For this, you can use free software like Malwarebytes. Just install it and run it. From the menu, select FULL SCAN. This will take a few minutes, depending upon the size of your hard drive. Feel free to do something else and check back periodically. Once the process has been completed, Malwarebytes will show how many malware has been found on your computer. To get rid of them, all you have to is select all of the malware and send them into the malware vault. Its as easy as that. See, you havent even broken a sweat yet. After doing this,
After that, you have to defrag your hard disk. If you are using an SSD drive, then this won’t be necessary. You can use software like Smart Defrag for this task. When you download Smart Defrag 2 for the first time, you have the option of installing their malware program that comes bundled with the package. Ive never used this program before, but if you are set against buying Malwarebytes, then you can use this program as an alternative. It is about $5 cheaper than Malwarebytes. Finally, go ahead and restart your computer. That’s it and I hope you liked this tutorial. I am pretty sure this will minimize your PUBG ping. If you found it helpful, please share with your friends.