Did you know that unnecessary services can slow down your computer? They not only use RAM but can also be exploited by malware. Technically, the service starts various processes that do not require user intervention. The services maintain the stable operation of the main programs in the Windows system, and are also responsible for system effects. Obviously, the average user does not need all the services. Disabling unnecessary services will speed up your computer for free.
Step 1. First step
optimization of startup through the system configuration utility. Slow loading of the system is a consequence of the presence of many programs at startup. Click Start - Run and type Msconfig. Click OK. The System Configuration window will open. Click the Startup tab to view a list of automatically loaded programs. Uncheck the boxes next to programs that should not start at system boot. The changes will take effect after you restart your computer.
Step 2. Second step
service management. New computers are fast. Why do they slow down over time? Because when you install programs, new services are added to the list of original services, which leads to an increase in the load on the processor and RAM. To disable services, open the Services tab. You can turn off services yourself, but that will likely do more harm than good (since you don't know which services are needed and which are not). Therefore, use the free WinMate program, which will allow you to speed up your computer.
Step 3. The last step
removing shortcuts from the desktop. Excessive number of desktop shortcuts slows down system loading. Removing shortcuts does not uninstall programs. If you want to uninstall the program, open the Control Panel.