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How to boost your computer lagfree

A Good way to boost computer speed and lag free is,, defragment your hard drive with a third party program, clean registry, uninstall programs you dont need like using advanced uninstall for example,, that will clean alot of junk in your hard drive,, advanced system cleaner is a very good program. this will work with any computer mac or windows

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Yes, transferring data files from your expansion drive into the computer or from the computer into the expansion drive can make your computer run slowly.
If it's music and/or movies you are transferring back and forth it's simply because the computer is using most of the processor speed and memory to do it. That's why when another program or the internet is opened your computer will appear to run slowly.
If it's just slow in recognising the contents of your expansion drive it may be due to the age of your computer.
Alternatively it may be that your computer and/or expansion drive is fragmented and has registry errors. Both of these will cause - can cause - your computer to appear slow to load.
You can defragment your hard drive from within the computer. Using Windows XP, open 'my computer' andright click on the 'C drive icon' icon and then choose TOOLS. Open the defragmenting software and let it defrag the hard drive.
To fix registry faults search for and download some free software called free Windows registry repair. http://download.cnet.com/Free-Window-Registry-Repair/3000-2086_4-10606555.html
When downloaded, run the registry fixer by opening the program and click on 'scan'. Wait until the scan is complete and click on 'fix'. Job done...

Jun 09, 2013 | Seagate Expansion Computers & Internet

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computer sometimes freeze and really slow

try uninstalling a few unnecessary programs then click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/f which will automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive then defragment your hard drive
good luck with this

Sep 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Computer takes longer to boot up, plus is running very slow

1. To increase PC boot speed:
There must be too many programs automatically start when you boot your PC. To manage them, click Run, type in "msconfig", select "Boot", then you can disable unnecessary programs from that list.

2. To increase PC running speed:
* Adding RAM is the most effective method, but if the RAM is already at the maximum, then do the following.
* Run disk cleanup and defragmenter. But to be honest, the built-in Disk Cleanup and Disk Defragmenter run quite slow and they will take you quite a long time, so I never use them. Third-party programs are better.
* Run registry optimizer software and defrag. No Windows built-in tools to do this. Search on google or refer to this free registry cleaner review.

Jan 11, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite M65-S821 Notebook

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my pc runs very slowit's a hp

The first problem: It's an HP

That problem you cannot fix, so we'll focus on the ones you can handle. What I generally do to tune-up PCs is to use the following programs:

CCleaner - Removes Temporary Internet files using secure shredding algorithms.

Glary Utilities - Call it the evolved version of CCleaner, without the file-shredding capabilities.

Auslogics Boost Speed (free trial) - This utility removes junk files (generally temporary files produced by installers, games, web-browsers, and system logging events), cleans out your registry, defragments your registry (This really helps with computer speed), defragments your computer (This also helps with computer speed), and optimizes your memory and Internet connections (pages load faster, yipee!).

O&O Defrag (free trial) - The hard-drive defragmenting king, This utility will compact your files and defragment them. On top of that, it will generally recognise your most-used files and place them on the faster portions of your hard-drive ensuring those files/programs run faster.

If you enjoy them, I highly recommend buying Auslogics Boost Speed and O&O Defrag. I repair computers quite frequently and it never ceases to amaze me how their performance increases after using the two utilities on the systems.

Hopefully this answers your question. Let me know if I can do anything else for you.

Dec 29, 2009 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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