Windows 10 generally runs surprisingly well on older or underpowered PCs, but you may still experience hiccups and slower than optimal performance on those machines.
Even when things are running smoothly, many of us are always searching for ways to improve the performance of our Windows PCs. There are some obvious ways to do it; buy a solid state drive or add additional RAM. Unfortunately, both of these options are fairly expensive. What’s more, many older laptops are capped at 4GB of RAM, so these improvements aren’t always an option. Fortunately, if you have a spare flash drive that isn’t being used you can get a performance boost without the need to purchase any expensive new hardware.