Install Less Applications on your Computer

Just because an Application is free, doesn’t mean you have to install it on your PC. Some people install useless applications to their computer, even if they are never going to use them. Remember, it takes up space on your computer and eats memory. It’s better to uninstall unwanted Applications.

Defragment your Hard Drives

When you keep copying, moving and deleting files on your hard drive, it makes your hard drive unorganized. Defragmentation wil remove the spaces and orgnaize your HD to help it respond faster. This increases the speed of your PC.

Delete Temporary Internet Files

When you browse numerous websites every day, there are various things that are downloaded to your computer locally, such as cookies, image files, etc., and the next time you open the same websites, you get a personalized experience. Unfortunately, this also affects the performance of your PC. You should remove them on a daily or weekly basis.

Restart your Computer Daily

Few of us use the easy  method of closing down our computers. We usually put them on standby or lock them. This also affects the PC, as a reboot refreshes the memory and registry.

Keep your Operating System Updated

Operating Systems are not perfect, and they receive updates to fix small bugs. If you thought that updates are not important, you are mistaken. Each update will fix an issue in the OS, which also affects the performance of your PC. Always turn on the automatic updates.

Control Automatic Startup of Applications

There are many applications that automatically start at the time of the computer startup. Remember that they increase the boot time of your computer.