1. Scan for viruses and malware: Malware and viruses can use up a lot of memory, so be sure to scan your computer regularly with an anti-virus program to ensure that it’s not infected.
2. Close programs you’re not using: Many programs run in the background and use up system resources, so close any programs you’re not actively using.
3. Lower the amount of startup programs: Many programs set themselves to launch when your computer starts up, which can consume a lot of memory. You can adjust these settings in your startup menu or task manager.
4. Delete temporary files: Temporary files can take up a lot of space, so be sure to delete them regularly.
5. Increase RAM: Upgrading your RAM is one of the most effective ways to improve the memory performance of your computer.
6. Disable unnecessary features: Many features, such as system animations and visual effects, are not crucial for most users and can be disabled to free up more memory.