1. Reduce startup programs: Open the task manager and disable unnecessary startup programs that are not essential to the system.
2. Keep your system clean: Remove unnecessary files and programs to free up disk space and RAM.
3. Update drivers: Make sure you have the latest drivers installed for your hardware to ensure better performance.
4. Tune up your disks: Use built-in Windows tools or third-party software to defragment your hard drive and optimize its performance.
5. Overclock: If your computer can handle it, you can use CPU or GPU overclocking to increase performance.
6. Upgrade hardware: Adding RAM, a faster CPU, or a dedicated graphics card can improve system performance significantly.