Tips to Speed up a Slow Windows/Mac Computer:
Windows: Open the Task Manager (Ctrl + Shift + Esc), go to the “Startup” tab, and disable unnecessary programs from launching at startup. Be cautious not to disable critical system components.
macOS: Go to System Preferences > Users & Groups > Login Items, and remove or disable apps that you don’t need to launch at startup.
Delete Unnecessary Files: Regularly review your files and delete those that you no longer need. Pay attention to large files, such as videos or old backups, that may be taking up significant storage space.
Use Disk Cleanup Tools: Utilize built-in disk cleanup tools like Disk Cleanup (Windows) or Storage Management (macOS) to remove temporary files, system caches, and other unnecessary data.
Move Files to External Storage: Offload files that you don’t need immediate access to, such as old photos or documents, to external storage devices or cloud storage services.
Uninstall Unnecessary Applications: Remove unused applications from your computer to free up disk space and improve overall performance.
Use Disk Optimization Tools: Defragmentation (Windows) or optimization (macOS) tools can reorganize data on your hard drive, improving read and write speeds.