1. Disable Unnecessary Startup Programs: Go to the Task Manager and disable any unnecessary programs that run when you start up your computer.
2. Defragment Your Hard Drive: Defragmenting your hard drive regularly can greatly reduce startup time by allowing your computer to access files faster.
3. Reduce Visual Effects: Go to the Performance Options in System Properties and turn down or off unnecessary visual effects.
4. Delete Temporary Files: Delete temporary files and folders in the Temp folder of your computer to free up space.
5. Update Drivers: Make sure all drivers used by your system are up-to-date. Outdated drivers can slow down your system’s performance.
6. Scan for Malware: Run a malware scan to check for any malicious programs that may be running on your computer.
7. Upgrade Your Hardware: If your computer is older and parts are outdated, investing in newer hardware can help boost its overall performance.