What can I do to improve PC performance?

1. Free up disk space: Run disk cleanup to delete temporary files and other unneeded data that can be safely deleted.

2. Disable unnecessary programs from starting automatically: Go to ‘Start > Settings > Apps > Startup’ and disable any programs that you don’t need launching at startup.

3. Upgrade outdated software: To avoid compatibility issues, make sure you’re updating your software regularly.

4. Upgrade your RAM: More RAM means more applications can run simultaneously and requires less loading time for each application.

5. Install an SSD: Install an SSD to help speed up boot times and improve overall performance.

6. Regularly scan for viruses and malware: Use a reliable anti-malware/virus program to scan for any malicious software on your PC.

7. Make sure you’re running the latest version of Windows: Check for updates in ‘Settings > Updates & Security’.

8. Regularly clean your hardware components: Dust and debris can clog up fans and decrease the cooling efficiency of your system, leading to increased temperatures that can affect performance.

9. Uninstall unused programs: Uninstall any programs that you don’t need or use to free up hard drive space.

10. Run regular maintenance tasks: Use Windows’ Task Scheduler to automate maintenance tasks such as defragmenting your hard drive and removing unused software.