1. Limit the number of start-up programs: Go to the Startup tab in Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) and disable any unnecessary programs from automatically starting when you boot up your computer.
2. Uninstall unneeded programs: Uninstall any programs that you don’t use or need.
3. Disable visual effects: Go to the Performance tab in System Properties and uncheck any boxes for visual effects that you don’t need.
4. Update your operating system and drivers: Update your OS and drivers to keep them running optimally.
5. Delete temporary files: Temporary files can take up a lot of space and slow down your computer. You can delete these files from your Temporary Files folder.
6. Defragment your hard drive: Use the Windows Disk Defragmenter to detect any fragmentation on your hard drive and defragment it.
7. Use an anti-virus program: If you don’t have one, install an anti-virus program to scan and remove any viruses or malware from your PC.