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My computer getting slow, need help

  1. PMS9 profile image76
    PMS9posted 5 years ago

    My computer getting slow, need help

    I have core 2 duo system, with 2gb ram. but now day it become slow, my hard disk makes sound sound inside. Please, give solutions..

  2. a2aoptima profile image60
    a2aoptimaposted 5 years ago

    First thing first: please mentioned the OS you are running. If it's Vista or Windows-7, then do a disk analysis and see the status. I most cases a de-fragmentation should solve the problem smile

    Otherwise, you can always do an analysis of programs and processes running from the task manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) and uninstall those unnecessary programs.

  3. thoughtabout profile image79
    thoughtaboutposted 5 years ago

    I agree with a2aoptima. see the hub written about how to speedup your computer.  http://inter22.hubpages.com/hub/ComputerSpeedUp

    1. compufram profile image75
      compuframposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I third (I guess would be the way to put it) this opinion.

  4. mamb786 profile image60
    mamb786posted 5 years ago

    You said your Computer getting slow. I have solutions to you.
    For solve this problem you first read these two article by using under 2 link and then try to follow step by step whose these two article have.

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  5. Arren123 profile image77
    Arren123posted 5 years ago

    Ok you didn't mention which OS you have, which would help. It could be a number of things to why your computer is or as become slow. My first thoughts are Virus or Malware so a scan would be may first port of call to do to see what is happening. Also de-fraging your computer often is also a good idea this will help your computer find files on your hard drive much faster.

    Here a link to one of my Hubs http://arren123.hubpages.com/hub/Computer-Health

    I hope this helps you with your computer problems

  6. compufram profile image75
    compuframposted 5 years ago

    It might be worth trying CCleaner, I also agree with the idea of Disk Defrag-ing, though.

  7. PMS9 profile image76
    PMS9posted 5 years ago

    My OS is windows 7, whenever I'm using system the processor usage shows 100% even in ideal condition (no any application running).