1. Uninstall unused programs and delete any unnecessary files: Go through your list of installed programs and uninstall any programs you don’t use. You can also go through your files and delete any that you don’t need.
2. Move large files to an external drive or cloud storage: If you have large files that you don’t need to access frequently, consider moving them to an external hard drive or cloud storage.
3. Clean out browser data and temporary files: Browsers often store cached images and other files on your hard drive. Cleaning these out regularly can help free up disk space and speed up your PC.
4. Delete duplicate files: If you have multiple copies of the same file, consider deleting the duplicates in order to free up space.
5. Use disk cleanup: Windows has a built-in disk cleanup feature that can help free up disk space. Running this occasionally can help keep your PC running smoothly.
6. Defragment your hard drive: Fragmented hard drives can cause your PC to run slower. Use the disk defragmenter utility to defragment your hard drive and improve your system performance.