1. Speed up booting process:
2. Defragment your hard drive:
• When your hard drive is fragmented, it takes longer for the system to locate and load files and can cause your computer to run slower. To improve performance, you can use the built-in Disk Defragmenter tool to defragment your hard drive.
3. Update drivers:
• Outdated drivers can cause conflicts and slow down your system. Make sure you are running the latest version of all necessary drivers by visiting the manufacturer website and downloading the driver package for your specific hardware.
4. Change the power settings:
• Change the power settings in Control Panel to “High Performance” to prioritize performance over power savings. This will reduce the time it takes for your computer to start up.
5. Check for malware:
• Malware can slow down your computer and cause instability. Run an antivirus scan to make sure your system is clean and malware-free.