1. Update Windows 10: Make sure that you have the latest updates installed for your system.
2. Check for malware: Make sure that your system doesn’t contain any malicious software that can slow down your PC.
3. Uninstall unnecessary programs: Go through the list of programs installed on your PC and remove any programs that you no longer use or need.
4. Limit startup programs: Open the Task Manager and check the list of programs that start when you turn on your computer. Uncheck any programs that are unnecessary and that are slowing down your PC’s performance.
5. Disable visual effects: Open the Settings app and go to the “System” category. Select “Advanced system settings” and open the “Performance” tab. Here, you can select the “Adjust for best performance” option to disable all visual effects.
6. Clean up hard drive: Delete any temporary files and unwanted programs from your hard drive to free up more space.
7. Defragment your hard drive: Defragmenting your hard drive will increase its read and write speeds. You can do this by using the built-in Disk Defragmenter utility.
8. Use a reliable antivirus: Make sure that your PC is always protected from any type of virus or malware attack.
9. Use an SSD: Installing an SSD instead of a traditional hard drive will drastically improve your PC’s performance.