I have no idea what you really just said, I have to depend on Norton and Malwarebytes on the pc. Now if I could only figure out how to really clean up the computer so it would run faster.
Well, make sure you are only running one anti-virus scanner in the background. It's OK to have more than one AV scanner installed, just make sure only one is resident and scanning in the backgound. AV apps are resource hogs.
You should also perform disk maintenance, such as defrag, clearing cache and temp files.
You could check to see which apps are being ran on startup and make sure you aren't running any processes you don't need. Windows app are notorious for installing resident processes that suck up resources.
Lastly would be a registry cleaner. Registry problems can bog down your system. Although at times, it can be difficult to troubleshoot registry issues. You'll also need to make registry backups before any manual editing.
There are times (about every year or so) when it makes more sense to reload Windows and start again. My technique was to install a clean copy of Windows, tweak in everything just like I wanted, then ghost that image to another drive. If things got slow or something went wrong, I could restore my custom image and I'd be back up and running at high speed again.