1. Update software and drivers: Keeping your computer’s software and drivers up-to-date is essential for maximizing overall performance and stability.
2. Clean up your hard drive: Excess files and programs take up storage space and can slow down your system’s performance. Periodically clean up your hard drive by removing unnecessary programs and files, including old documents you don’t need to keep anymore.
3. Add more RAM: Having an adequate amount of RAM (Random Access Memory) is essential for achieving optimal performance.
4. Disable unnecessary startup programs: Many programs are automatically set to launch when you turn on your computer. To increase speed and performance, disable any programs that aren’t essential for booting up.
5. Use disk cleanup: Disk Cleanup is a Windows utility that helps clear out unnecessary files from your hard drive to free up space and improve system performance.
6. Keep your virus protection up-to-date: Your anti-virus software scans your computer for potential threats, so make sure it’s up-to-date to ensure it can effectively protect your PC.
7. Clean the inside of your computer: Dust buildup can cause system crashes and other computer issues. Periodically open up your case and remove any dust buildup with a can of compressed air.