How can I speed up my PC?

1. Free up disk space: Uninstall unnecessary programs that you no longer need, delete any temporary files, and make sure you have enough free space by running a disk cleanup.

2. Clear your startup list: Remove any programs from your startup list that you don’t often use or don’t need to have running all the time.

3. Enable ReadyBoot: Go to Start, enter “performance information” in the Search box, and in the results click on Adjust Visual Effects. Then select Adjust for Best Performance.

4. Update your drivers: Outdated drivers can cause conflicts and slow down your system. To ensure you’re using the latest drivers, update them regularly.

5. Defragment your hard drive: Over time, Windows tends to fragment the hard drive, which prevents files from opening quickly. Defragmenting organizes the drive and can help improve performance.

6. Add more RAM: More RAM (random access memory) can speed up your PC. Check your system specs to see how much RAM you have and if you can upgrade it.

7. Install a solid-state drive: Installing an SSD (solid-state drive) is one of the best ways to improve your system’s performance. An SSD runs faster and is more reliable than a traditional hard drive.