(A common way to generally speed up your computer is to close other unnecessary programs that are running. Try this first.)
In BC FRAMER, a large consider list can also affect the analysis speed. Each option in a consider list adds to the number of calculations required to run.
For example, if you have one on center spacing, twenty products to choose from, options for 1, 2, 3 and 4-ply, you are asking the program for 80 calculations. Changing to four spacing options increases the calculations to 320 for each member.
(4 x 20 x 4 = 320)
Keep your consider lists short with as few ply and spacing modifiers as possible. See if this helps the analysis time, and then add to them if you need to.