1. Antivirus and Malware Protection: Make sure you have up-to-date, reliable security software installed on your computer to prevent malicious programs, viruses, and malware from accessing and damaging your system.
2. Disk Cleanup: Disk cleanup is a built-in Windows utility that allows users to free up disk space by removing files no longer in use, such as temporary files, web browser cache, and other unnecessary files.
3. Disk Defragmenter: Disk defragmentation is a process that helps organize fragmented files and data on hard drives, which can improve computer performance.
4. Windows Update: Keeping Windows and all its associated software up-to-date is essential. Microsoft regularly releases updates to patch security vulnerabilities and add features to the operating system.
5. System Restore Points: System restore points allow you to save a snapshot of your computer’s settings and system files. If something goes wrong during an update, you can use these restore points to restore your computer back to a working state.
6. Uninstall Unused Programs: Uninstalling programs you’re no longer using can help speed up your Computer.
7. Cleaning Up Dust and Debris: Ensure your computer is physically clean of dust and debris. Some computer components generate heat and dust buildup can impact the cooling process.
8. Check Usage: Actionable insights from your machine’s resource utilization.