1. Clean your system regularly: Remove dust and debris from the inside of your computer case. In order to do this, you can open the side panel of your PC and use a vacuum cleaner or compressed air to remove any dust.
2. Run disk clean-up: Regularly run disk clean-up to get rid of unnecessary files and programs that are taking up disk space and slowing down your system
3. Update your operating system: Make sure you are running the latest version of your operating system. Doing so will provide bug fixes, increased stability, improved security and better performance.
4. Add RAM: Adding more Random Access Memory (RAM) to your system can help improve speed and overall performance.
5. Defragment your hard drive: Defragmenting your hard drive rearranges data stored on your hard drive so that it is easier and faster to access. This can help improve your PC’s performance.
6. Disable unnecessary startup programs: Many programs are set to launch automatically when Windows starts up. Disable programs that you don’t need so they don’t slow down your PC’s start-up process.