Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
Mostly brand new computers after a few months of using, they are getting slow, right. The big reasons why is the performance of the CPU and how fast it is, is not match with the quantity of the hard drive. Let's say, 1Ghz CPU and your HDD is 180 Gb, that's too much long to read by the CPU. Computers when booting up, it only read the C: not all the drives quantity, only to detect. So, I suggest to partition your HDD by matching your CPU.
CPU-1Ghz. - HDD- 180Gb. Partition: C:=60Gb D:=60Gb E:=60Gb
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