1. Clean up your hard drive: Use a disk cleanup tool to remove unwanted files and programs, as well as old system files that are taking up space.
2. Uninstall unused programs: If you have programs installed that you’re no longer using, uninstall them from your computer to free up resources.
3. Update your operating system: Make sure you’re running the latest version of your operating system, which often includes performance optimizations.
4. Defragment your hard drive: Use a defragmenting tool to reorganize your files and folders on your hard drive so they can be accessed more quickly.
5. Maximize virtual memory: Increase the amount of virtual memory on your computer to allow it to use additional RAM when needed.
6. Disable unused startup programs: Unnecessary programs that launch with Windows can slow down your startup time. You can disable them to speed up boot times.
7. Add RAM: Adding more RAM can dramatically improve your PC’s performance if you’re running an older system.
8. Adjust your power settings: Some power saving settings can limit the performance of your PC, so make sure to adjust them.