1. Keep your operating system and programs updated: Make sure you have the latest system updates installed for your operating system and applications.
3. Use disk cleanup and defragmenting programs: Use disk cleanup and defragmenting programs to remove unnecessary files and reorganize fragmented data on your hard drive.
4. Delete browser caches: Regularly deleting your browser’s cache and temporary files can help improve the speed of your Internet connection.
5. Cool down your hardware: Make sure your PC is well ventilated, that it doesn’t have dust blocking ventilation ports, and that all of your fans are working properly.
6. Clean up your startup menu: Delete unnecessary programs from your startup menu so that only the essential programs load upon booting your PC.
7. Adjust your power settings: Adjust your power settings to keep your PC running at full strength when needed, but also conserve battery life when you don’t need maximum power.
8. Invest in additional RAM: If you find that your PC is still running slow, consider investing in more RAM to increase its processing speed.