1. Use the Windows Task Manager:
2. Check your computer’s specs:
You can use a tool such as CPU-Z (https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html) to get detailed information about your PC’s hardware components.
3. Use system utilities:
Using system utilities such as CCleaner (https://www.ccleaner.com/) or Advanced SystemCare (https://www.iobit.com/en/advancedsystemcarefree.php) can help you analyze and fix any potential issues with your PC.
4. Monitor your applications:
By monitoring the applications you use, you can identify which programs are using up your system’s resources. You can use a tool such as Process Explorer (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer) for this purpose.
5. Run benchmarks:
Benchmark tools such as Geekbench (https://www.geekbench.com/) can be used to measure the performance of your PC’s processor, graphics card, and other components.