With this current worldwide pandemic putting a great many of us all on lock down. We have been forced to spend a substantial amount of time at home on our computers, either working or playing. Nevertheless I think we can all agree how infuriating it is when our computer is moving along like a turtle walking through peanut butter! So if you would like to try to speed things up a bit, continue on to discover how. Feel free to take all the steps or pick an choose!
Things to do to Windows OS
Restart your PC
This may appear obvious, but most people leave their computers running for days and sometimes weeks on end. Only restarting it when there is a problem. What happens is over the course of time, you are using multiple applications, and visiting many different types of websites. Often, these applications have features that allow them to continue to run in the background even when they have been closed. My policy is to restart my computer at the end of the day, or at the beginning of the day before I get rolling. This can be an issue for people who like to keep everything open at the end of the day so they can pick up where they left off when they start again the next day. This may seem convenient, but it is a terrible habit for your computer, as well as your brain!
Updates to your Windows operating system are critical to its performance. You may already be in good shape here, if your computer is set to update automatically. Be careful though, if that is the case (especially if you