1. Clean up your disk space: Check and delete any unnecessary files, programs, and downloads.
3. Update your operating system and programs: Keeping your operating system and program updates will improve performance and help keep your computer secure.
4. Defragment your hard drive: Fragmented files can slow down your computer, so it’s important to defragment your hard drive regularly.
5. Disable unused startup programs: Unused startup programs can use up memory and slow down your computer, so make sure to disable them.
6. Use an antivirus program: Using an antivirus program can protect your computer from malicious software and viruses.
7. Scan for malware: Malware can also cause your computer to slow down, so make sure to scan for and remove any malware.
8. Clean the inside of your computer: Dust and debris can reduce airflow, which can cause your computer to overheat and reduce performance.