1. Delete temporary files: Your computer generates a lot of temporary files while it is running. To clean them up, you can open the start menu and type %temp% into the search bar. This will open your Temp folder where you can delete files that are no longer needed.
2. Uninstall unused programs: Unused programs can take up a lot of space on your hard drive. Open the Start Menu and click on Apps & Features to view a list of all your programs. Select the ones you no longer need and click uninstall to remove them from your computer.
3. Free up disk space: Over time, your computer can generate a lot of files and folders that are unnecessary. You can free up space on your hard drive by deleting these files. Open the Start Menu and type “disk cleanup” into the search bar. This will open the Disk Cleanup tool, which can help you find and delete unwanted files.
4. Disable startup programs: Some programs run in the background when your computer starts up. To make your computer faster, you can disable these startup programs. Go to the Start Menu and type “msconfig” into the search bar. This will open the System Configuration window, where you can view and disable any startup programs.
5. Defragment your hard drive: Fragmented files can slow down your computer and cause it to run slower. To fix this issue, you can defragment your hard drive. Open the Start Menu and type “defragment” into the search bar. This will open the Disk Defragmenter tool, which can help you optimize your hard drive for better performance.