1. Update Drivers: Make sure all of your device drivers, like sound, graphics, etc., are up to date for the optimal performance.
2. Check for Malware: Use a reliable anti-malware program to scan your computer for malicious software and remove any malicious programs or files that it finds.
3. Clean Up Your Disk: Remove any unnecessary files, programs, and applications that you no longer use to free up disk space.
4. Scan for Viruses: Use an antivirus program to scan your computer for viruses and malware, and remove any found viruses.
5. Adjust Power Options: Adjust your power settings to ensure that your PC is running optimally and efficiently.
6. Defragment Your Hard Drive: Defragmenting your hard drive helps make sure that your files are stored in an organized way on the disk, which can help speed up access times.
7. Uninstall Unnecessary Programs: Uninstall any programs that you don’t use or need to improve the performance of your computer.
8. Add More RAM: If you have the option to add more RAM (Random Access Memory) to your computer, do so for better performance.