1. Install the latest Windows Updates: Make sure you keep your computer up to date with the latest security updates and software patches.
2. Clean up your hard drive: Regularly clean out any unnecessary files, programs, and data that might be taking up space on your hard drive.
3. Use a disk defragment tool: A disk defragmenter reorganizes your files and data so your OS runs faster.
4. Remove unused programs: Uninstall any programs you no longer use. This will free up more memory and resources.
5. Limit unwanted startup programs: Stop programs from running at startup by using a startup manager.
6. Use an antivirus program: Make sure your computer is protected against viruses and other malicious threats.
7. Enable system restore points: Use Windows’ System Restore feature to create regular backups of important system files.
8. Use a power saving plan: Switch to a power saving plan or upgrade to a more efficient power supply unit.
9. Disable visual effects: Turning off certain visual effects can improve your computer’s performance.