1.Disable Unnecessary Startup Programs
Better yet, prevent those applications from launching at startup to save memory and CPU cycles, as well as speed up the login system.
On Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10, there’s now a startup manager in the Task Manager you can use to manage your startup programs. Right-click the taskbar and select “Task Manager” or press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to launch it. Click over to the Startup tab and disable startup applications your unnecessary. Windows will helpfully tell you which applications slow down your startup system the most
2.Change Power Options to High Performance
Of course, this isn’t a proper choice if you want to save electricity, but it could boost your computing. Head to Control Panel / System and Security / Power Options. From here, click on the dropdown arrow on the right side and choose High Performance.
3. Change advanced system settings
Windows uses quite a few animations, and those animations can make your PC exhibit a bit slower. For example, Windows can minimize and maximize windows forthwith if you disable the attached animations.
To disable animations, press Windows Key + X or right-click the Start button and select “System.” Click “Advanced System Settings” on the left and click the “Settings” button under Performance. Select “Adjust for best performance” under Visual Effects to disable all the animations, or select “Custom” and disable the individual animations you don’t want to see. For example, uncheck “Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing” to disable the minimize and maximize animations.
If your hard drive is almost completely full, your computer may run noticeably slower. You want to leave your computer some room to work on your hard drive. Follow our instruction to freeing up space on your Windows PC to free up room. You don’t need any third-party software .just running the Disk Cleanup tool included in Windows can help quite a bit
From the Start menu, type Disk Cleanup. This opens the trusty Disk Cleanup utility that’s been part of Windows for various generations of the OS. Disk Cleanup finds unsuited junk and files such as temporary files, offline Web pages, and installer files on your PC and offers to delete them all at once.
5.Defragment and optimize your drives
Defragmenting your hard disk originally shouldn’t be necessary on modern versions of Windows. It’ll automatically defragment mechanical hard drives in the background. Solid-state drives don’t actually need sequent defragmentation, although modern versions of Windows will “optimize” them — and that’s fine.You shouldn’t thought about defragmentation most of the time. However, if you do have a mechanical hard drive and you’ve just put a lot of files on the drive — for example, copying a huge database or gigabytes of PC game files — those files might be defragmented because Windows hasn’t gotten around to defragmenting them yet. In this circumstances, you might want to open the disk defragmenter tool and perform a scan to see if you need to run a manual defrag program.
6.Uninstall Unnecessary Programs You Don’t Use
Open the Control Panel, search the list of installed programs, and uninstall programs you don’t use and don’t need from your PC. This can help speed your PC up, as those programs might involve background processes, autostart ingress, system services, context menu entries, and other things that can slow down your PC. It’ll also save room on your hard drive and promote system security — for example, you definitely shouldn’t have Java installed if you’re not using it.