1. Update Your Anti-malware Program
In the present days, once you buy a new computer; new Windows computers typically have basic antivirus protection readily install in it, but its advisable you install major antivirus protection .
2. Install Available Windows Updates
Often time Microsoft releases both security and non-security updates to Windows on at least a monthly basis. Meaning most computer you buy new from store are being produce in few month before you purchase it, definitely one or two upgrade is required for the Windows maximum performance
How do you Install Windows Updates?
I will recommend that you should change the Windows Update settings for your new computer. I prefer the Windows Update tool that is pre-configured to search for update and I will decide if the update should be downloaded and install.
3. Install a File Recovery Program
File Recovery Program help you recover accidentally deleted files. File recovery programs needed to be install before you can use it, Once the program is install its process will overwrite the area on the hard drive where your deleted file is sitting.
4. Sign Up for an Online Backup Service
An online backup service is the best and most cost effective long term solution for keeping your important data safe. There are many you can search Google online . This services ensure you data you want are being protected and on a secured server.
Note: to get the best Online backup service you might need to pay some little token for you to be rest assured you files are secured and protected.
5. Uninstall Programs You Don't Want
Newly purchase PC often comes; let's just say "extra" software of which we do not need most of them. But nevertheless leaving these programs installed will not hurt your PC as well, definitely it will take up a bit of hard drive space. In fact, many of the programs pre-installed run in the background, hogging up processor and memory power that you'd rather use for other things. Get into Control Panel and get those programs that are not important remove from your computer .