1. Clean up your hard drive: Having unnecessary files and programs stored on your computer can cause it to run slower. Remove any unused software, clear temporary internet files, delete unnecessary photos and videos, and uninstall any programs that you are not using.
2. Reduce the number of startup items: Too many applications running in the background can significantly slow down your computer. You can disable any unnecessary programs from launching at startup by going to “Task Manager” and disabling the programs from running.
3. Check your RAM: Having too little RAM can cause your computer to slow down. You should check your computer to make sure it has enough RAM for your needs. If not, you may need to upgrade your RAM.
4. Defragment your hard drive: Over time, fragmented files can reduce your computer’s performance. Defragmenting your hard drive will reorganize file fragments and free up space.
5. Use an SSD: Solid state drives (SSDs) are much faster than regular hard drives and can decrease your computer’s loading times. If you can, try to install an SSD in your computer.
6. Update your drivers: Outdated drivers can cause problems with your hardware and slow down your computer’s performance. Make sure you are updating your device drivers regularly.
7. Check for malware and viruses: Malicious software can drastically reduce your computer’s performance. Make sure you have up-to-date antivirus software installed on your computer and scan for any malicious software on a regular basis.