1. Close Unused Programs: Many programs running in the background can take up a lot of memory. Regularly check to make sure that you only have the programs and applications open that you need.
2. Check RAM Usage: You may be able to increase your computer’s memory by checking the RAM usage and making sure that you are not overloading it.
3. Clear Disk Space: Make sure you are regularly deleting any unnecessary or temporary files from your hard drive to free up space.
4. Upgrade RAM: If your computer’s current RAM isn’t enough for your needs, consider investing in an upgraded RAM module.
5. Improve Virtual Memory: Virtual memory allows your computer to use hard drive space as if it were RAM. To optimize this, adjust the amount of memory allocated for virtual memory and/or increase the size of your paging file.
6. Add an SSD: Adding a Solid State Drive (SSD) can significantly improve your computer’s speed and performance due to its ability to access data much faster than traditional hard drives.