1. Disable unnecessary startup processes: Go to your system’s start-up folder and disable the processes that you don’t want to run at start up.
2. Uninstall or disable unused programs: You can either uninstall the applications completely or just disable them from the start-up process.
3. Stop unnecessary services: Services can be disabled either in the Services console or in the registry, depending on your OS.
4. Configure your antivirus software: Many antivirus programs have a variety of options that can be configured to reduce the number of services that they use.
5. Delete or disable unnecessary scheduled tasks: Tasks can be scheduled to run automatically when the computer is idle or during specific times. If there are tasks that are not needed, they should be disabled.