1. Check for and install any available software updates.
3. Uninstall unwanted programs that are no longer needed.
4. Disable startup programs that are not necessary.
5. Clean up your desktop to keep it uncluttered.
6. Defragment your hard drive to optimize its performance.
7. Use an antivirus/anti-malware program to check for viruses or other malicious programs.
8. Run regular system scans to detect and remove malware.
9. Adjust your power settings and make sure they are not set to “power saver” mode.
10. Change your Windows settings to improve performance.