The number one tip in 2015 explored how admins can make use of Windows 10‘s configurability to make the OS run faster with a few simple changes. The first way to boost Windows 10 performance is to buy more RAM. With more RAM, admins can minimize the paging file, which backs up system crash dumps and writes file content to a disk while a user is almost out of memory.
Moreover, with just 8 GB of RAM it’s unlikely users will consume all of their memory so crash dumps are rare, minimizing the need for paging files.
Other suggestions contain replacing the hard drive with a solid-state drive to enhance startup times, disabling superfluous visual effects in the user interface and removing unnecessary services like ASP.NET.