1. Limit startup processes
A lot of programs install side processes that run every time you turn on your PC, and some of them are not required all the time, so it's better to limit them. Via task manager, you can disable them easily.
2. Uninstall Crapware
There are some preinstalled software installed by PC makers continues to be an issue with new computers. Uninstall the unwanted software that you are not using anymore.
3. Clean Up Your Disk
Regularly clean up your drives as they store temporary files, recycle din data, offline Web pages, delivery optimization files, and thumbnails.
4. Add More RAM
more memory is always a way to speed up PC operations especially when you are using gaming and business laptops.
5. Install an SSD Startup Drive.
This past year, I installed a solid-state (SSD) startup drive on my home desktop PC, and the result was a remarkable speedup. And not just for Windows startup, but for loading and using demanding applications such as Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. If you use a laptop, this may also be an option.
6. Check for Viruses and Malware
You can run the built-in Windows Defender or a third-party app to do this, but you're best served by PCMag security guru Neil Rubenking's top pick among malware-cleanup programs, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware—it's free! But don't forget to use ongoing anti-malware protection, too