The first time you start your new Windows-managed computer, regardless of what version it is, you’ll see how it begins quickly, and everything works like a charm, but as time goes by, it seems that the team is losing power as if it were reaching an expiration date.

Leaving aside the scheduled obsolescence, which may be real in some products (in computers it is not), the reason why our team is ceasing to function as at first is the use you make of it, not only installing applications that always modify the registry of Windows but also because of the digital garbage we store.

Different factors may be hindering the operation of our team, factors that we detail below.

Review startup programs

Some applications have a habit of running in the background every time we start our computer, lengthening the start time of our team. We have to eliminate all those that are not necessary.

These apps are working in the background, so they always affect the performance of our team. Unless it is essential for our day to day, it is best to eliminate it from the start of our team.

Delete apps

The hard disk is finite, and we cannot fill it with any application that comes to mind. The fuller the hard drive and the less free space we have, the system will work slower.

Free up hard drive space

All versions of Windows make use of hard disk as virtual memory when physical memory is insufficient, so our team must always have enough free space in order to offer the best performance.

Reinstall Windows

If all that doesn’t work, the best we can do is reinstall Windows in our team and try to follow the steps that I have shown you in this article.