1. Close unnecessary programs: Take a look at the Task Manager or Activity Monitor to see which programs are consuming the most RAM. Disabling or closing these programs can significantly reduce memory usage.
2. Delete temporary files: Temporary files, such as those created when you browse the internet, can take up quite a bit of memory. Delete these files regularly to free up some RAM.
3. Disable startup programs: Startup programs are programs that automatically load when your computer starts up. Disabling these programs can free up some RAM as they won’t be running in the background.
4. Upgrade RAM: This can be an expensive solution, but if your computer is really struggling to keep up with the memory demands, then upgrading your RAM can make a big difference.