1. Uninstall Unnecessary Programs: Go through the list of all programs installed on your computer and uninstall any that you don’t use at all or rarely use.
2. Delete Temporary Files: Temporary files are created by the system and applications, and they are not typically needed after the process is completed. Deleting these files can free up space and speed up your PC.
3. Disable Startup Items: Certain programs can be programmed to start when your computer turns on. Disabling these will reduce the amount of resources used and improve startup times.
4. Update Drivers: Outdated drivers can cause issues with your hardware, leading to slowdowns and freezes. Make sure you keep your drivers up-to-date.
5. Enable ReadyBoost: ReadyBoost is a feature in Windows that allows you to use USB flash drive memory to supplement RAM memory and improve system performance.
6. Upgrade System RAM: The more RAM you have, the better performance you’ll experience. Installing more RAM will allow you to run more applications simultaneously without slowing down your PC.
7. Defragment Your Hard Drive: The fragmentation of hard drive files can cause performance issues. Using the built-in defragmentation tool in Windows or a third-party alternative will help to speed up your PC.