1. Remove bloatware
Bloatware is any unnecessary software that isn’t being actively used and that just takes up large amounts of drive space. Bloatware can also be widgets or clogged system files that just sit there and use valuable system resources that could be pretty useful somewhere else on the system.
Remove all bloatware first.
If you want a smoother system, you’ve got to do some cleaning up. First, Polish the surface and get rid of any software that takes up memory or drives space.
Every computer in the world has some.
2. Disable Unnecessary Programs in Startup
If your system is slow to boot or starts to crawl through the startup, the problem often lies with the actual startup phase of the computer. Using Add & Remove Programs (or your system’s relevant data viewer), navigate to the Startup file for your computer.
This is where you will see everything that boots up when the computer does, which is often too much.
Computer attachments like Java or .Net Framework, and sometimes side-bar programs like Bluetooth Controllers will load through startup. Programs can also allocate themselves to the startup menu without the user noticing – usually during a box left ticked while installing it.
Disable any programs that you don’t need (or recognize) in the startup menu.
Boot the system again.
That’s already faster, isn’t it?