Here are some tips for optimizing Windows to improve performance:
Close unnecessary programs: Running too many programs at once can slow down your computer. Close any programs you are not using to free up resources.
Remove unused programs: If you have programs installed that you no longer use, consider uninstalling them to free up space and improve performance.
Defragment your hard drive: Over time, your hard drive can become fragmented, which can slow down your computer. Use the built-in Disk Defragmenter tool to defragment your hard drive.
Update your operating system: Make sure you are running the latest version of Windows, as newer versions often include performance improvements.
Update your drivers: Outdated drivers can cause issues with your hardware, leading to performance problems. Make sure you have the latest drivers for all your hardware.
Enable fast startup: Fast startup is a feature that allows your computer to start up faster by preloading some system files. To enable it, go to the Control Panel, select Power Options, and click on "Choose what the power buttons do." Click on "Change settings that are currently unavailable," scroll down to the "Shutdown settings" section, and check the box next to "Turn on fast startup."
Use a lightweight antivirus: Some antivirus programs can be resource-intensive and slow down your computer. Consider using a lightweight antivirus program to protect your system without impacting performance.
Clean up your hard drive: Over time, your hard drive can become cluttered with temporary files, old program files, and other unnecessary items. Use the built-in Disk Cleanup tool to remove these files and free up space.
Increase your RAM: If your computer has a low amount of RAM, upgrading to a higher amount can improve performance.
Upgrade your hardware: If you have an older computer with outdated hardware, consider upgrading to newer, faster components to improve performance.