Yes, there are a few ways you can stop power-hungry applications from slowing down your PC.
1. Check for updates: Make sure you’re running the latest version of the software or application that is causing problems. Some updates may contain bug fixes and performance improvements.
2. Limit the number of applications running at the same time: To free up resources, limit the number of programs you have running in the background.
3. Close unnecessary browser tabs: Unnecessary browser tabs can also lead to slower performance.
4. Clean up your operating system and hard drive: Regularly clean up your computer to ensure it is running efficiently.
5. Disable start-up items and services: Start-up items and services can take up resources when booting up your PC. Check your PC’s start-up programs and consider disabling some of them.
6. Add more RAM (Random Access Memory): If your PC is still running slow, you may need to upgrade your RAM. Adding more RAM will allow you to run more applications at once with fewer problems.