1. Check for malware or viruses. Run a full system scan to make sure your computer is free from malicious programs that could be causing its slow performance.
2. Update your operating system and applications. Make sure to regularly run updates for your operating system and other applications on your computer to keep them running smoothly.
3. Reduce startup items. Go into your computer’s system preferences and reduce the number of startup items that are running when your computer starts up.
4. Free up disk space. Go through your files and delete anything you don’t need to make sure your hard drive isn’t overloaded with data.
5. Increase RAM. Consider upgrading your RAM if you have a laptop or desktop computer to make sure your computer has enough memory to run efficiently.
6. Disable animations. Turn off any visual effects or animations in your operating system to reduce the amount of processing power they require.
7. Clean up your disk. Use disk cleanup tools to delete temporary files and other unnecessary items taking up disk space.
8. Reinstall your operating system. If all else fails, reinstalling your operating system can help give your computer a clean slate that can help it run faster.