1. Clean up your hard drive: Delete files, uninstall unused programs, and delete temporary files.
2. Update your operating system regularly: Keep your operating system updated to ensure you have the latest security patches and bug fixes.
3. Manage your startup programs: Disable unnecessary startup programs to speed up your computer’s boot time.
4. Use an antivirus program: An antivirus program can help protect your PC from malicious software.
5. Add more RAM: Adding more RAM (Random Access Memory) is the most effective way to boost performance and responsiveness.
6. Install a solid-state drive (SSD): An SSD will increase the speed of read and write operations significantly compared to traditional HDDs.
7. Change your power settings: Adjust your PC’s power settings to reduce battery consumption and improve performance.
8. Adjust your virtual memory/pagefile size: Increase your virtual memory/pagefile size to maximize the amount of hard disk space allocated for virtual memory.