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While on the opening files it takes too much time

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It takes too much time to boot,to open all programs & files


Perform the PC optimization, disk cleanup, delete all the unnecessary files and programs including TEMP, %temp% and Prefetch, also increase your virtual memory to take the effect.

You can also change your startup settings by going with the command in run window, 'msconfig' exclude semicolon. disabled all those programs which you think is not necessary for you during the startup. Run a full scan with the Malwarebytes Antimalware, and delete all the malicious objects found during the scan.

Restart your system to affect changes to take place.

Sep 02, 2013 | Acer Aspire 5560-Sb609 : 1.4GHz A6 Series...

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Usefult tips for speeding up a slow PC or laptop


This is quite a vague & general question, but some of the ways you can optimise performance of yor PC are:
  • Reduce the number of startup programs
  • Ensure your anti-virus is up to date
  • Remove some un-necessary files from your PC
  • Defragment your hard drive
1. There are so many programs which think you need to use them all the time, that they put themselves running when they start up.  Examples of these are Yahoo Messenger, MSN, Nokia PC Suite, etc, etc. Most of these will have an icon in the system tray (lower right beside the clock) You can right-click on these, and choose exit, but this is only temporary, they will re-appear when you next start up your PC.  To completly prevent them from starting up next time remove them from the startup folder on the start menu:
  • Click 'Start' -> 'All Programs' -> 'Startup'
  • If there are any items in here you don't need to be running all the time, right-click and select 'Delete' (This only removes the item from the startup menu)
You should also remove programs which have placed themselves into the registry to start up.
  • Click 'Start' -> 'Run' (Win+R)
  • In the Run dialog box, type 'MSCONFIG' and click 'OK'
  • In the 'System Configuration Utility' click the 'Startup' tab
  • This will list all the applications which run themselves at startup
  • Uncheck the boxes of the applications which you do not want to run at startup (remembaer you can always start them yourself anytime)
  • Some of these will be quite obvious as to what they are such as yahoo, googledesktop, winampa, but some may be not so obvious such as jusched, igfxtray.  Use a reliable site such as http://www.processlibrary.com/directory/files/igfxtray/ to identify what those processes are.
  • Once you're happy, click 'Apply' and then 'Close'
  • A dialog box will open asking to restart.  You can do this now or later.
  • When you do re-start, a dialog box will again pop-up notifying that you are using a selective startup.   You can dismiss this, and also tick the 'Do not show this message again'
  • If you find that something you were expecting isn't running, repeat the steps above, but tick the process to run at startup.
2. Ensure your anti-virus is up to date.  Most newer anti-virus softwares do this automatically, but you can force an update by right-clicking the icon in the system tray (lower right beside the clock) and chosing 'update'.  If you do not have a working anti-virus software, there are several high-end free ones out there such as Avast and AVG.
3. There are several 'stores' of information on your hard drive which are taking up a lot of meaningless space unless you keep on top of them.  These are items like the internet cache, the recycle bin contents, temporary files. These can all be cleaned in one fell swoop:
  • Open 'My Computer'
  • Right-click on your hard drive and select 'Properties'
  • Beside the pie-chart of the drive, is a button labeled 'Disk Cleanup', click this
  • Allow the Disk Cleanup wizard run, and select the items you want to delete from the list (You can select all if you like)
  • Click 'OK', confirm the next dialog by selecting 'Yes' and allow the utility to perform the actions selected.
There are also a number of temporary folders on the hard drive wich are normally quite safe to delete the contents of.
  • C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Local Settings\Temp
  • C:\WINDOWS\Temp
4.  While all the other fixes so far have been quick to perform, defragmenting the hard drive may take some time depending on the size of the hard disk - hours, days, or in some cases, weeks. Over time, old files get deleted from the drive, and new ones are written, often over the data which was deleted, but the space for the file going in may not be large enough, so the drive puts some of the file in the space available, and the rest of the file elsewhere on the disk.  This is invisible to the user, but the drive knows where all the bits are, and puts all the bits back together when the file is opened.  Think of it as a large filing cabinet which is ordered alphabetically, where all new files going in are just placed at the back, when a file starting with say G is taken out, it gets put back behind all the other files following Z... Over time, the filing cabinet needs to be re-organised.  This is what defragmenting the drive is doing... taking all the files which have been broken up, and putting them all back together on the disk.  By having fragmented files, the hard drive takes longer to retrieve the files, often having to go back & forth across the drive instead of just reading the file in one go.  To defrag the drive:
  • Click 'Start' -> 'All Programs' -> 'Accessories' -> 'System Tools' -> 'Disk Defragmenter'
  • From the 'Disk Defragmenter' window, choose the drive you wish to check (usually c:) and click the 'Analyze' button, This will let you know if the drive should be defagmented or not.
  • You can click the 'View Report' button to see additional information such as free space, fragmentation details of files, etc.
  • Click the 'Defragment button to start the defragmentation process.
As stated earlier, this can take some time to complete.  Some steps you can take to speed up the process is to reduce usage of the drive while the defrag is running:
  • Disable your screensaver
  • Disconnect from the network, and temporarily disable your anti-virus
  • Ensure no programs are running
  • Disable the PC from going to sleep (especially on laptops)
  • Stop all applications in the system tray

By performing all these processes, you can potentially speed up your PC by up to 50% or more. (Depending on how frequently these steps are run... if ever!!!)
Hope this helps.

on Jun 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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What does this message on my pc mean?Error in c: windows \ system32 \ spool\ drivers \ w32x86\3\dlcd time. Dll missing entry: run dll entry


Time.dll was probably installed along with some software that came with the HP printer.
As time.dll is shared with other applications HP may have removed it during the uninstalling process and either some oter application is looking for it or a command to open it has been left behind.
As you say the Dell printer is working well so have alook in your StartUp folder (Documents and Settings/User/Start Menu/Programs?StartUp) and delete any reference to that file of HP Printer.
Also look under StartUp by Clicking Start > Run and typing msconfig and uncheck andy reference to HP or the file.
If it turns out another pallication needs the file then reinstall that application.

Jan 29, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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My laptop has a problem which after start up and the desktop screen open, when i refresh the desktop, it will take long time and sometimes it said the windows explorer not responding.. and when i try to...


Yes, the problem is probably with the OS. Perform troubleshootings given in the following page.


https://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01817290&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=uk


if the issue persists, perform startup repair.

restart the laptop and keep tapping f8 key.
select Startup Repair in available options.

hope it works.

Jul 14, 2011 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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Startup programs sometimes late


The reason for start up programs running late is because there are more programs installed in the computer and it takes lots of time to get these programs to run during startup. Some of these programs are not too useful but will always delay a computer startup. More and more people are becoming aware of how important it is to take control of the "autorun" programs on their PCs. In case you didn't know, an autorun or startup program will launch automatically when Windows starts. Quite often, it's a useful program and you can find it's icon in the system tray. However, sometimes an autorun is not that useful. You may not know it's installed because it's hidden or you've forgotten you installed it. When that happens, these not so useful programs are taking up processor cycles and eating up system memory. Your PC gets slower as more hidden programs are launched as an autorun. Fortunately, there are several ways to take control of the autorun programs. Windows has a utility built in called "msconfig", and there are also quite a few third party autorun apps such as this one: Autoruns by Sysinternals. Autoruns is offered for download as a ZIP file. To install it, extract the ZIP file to a folder somewhere on your PC. You'll see the following four files in the folder. lonerangerx7.png

Double click the "autoruns.exe" file to launch the program. Here's a peek at Autoruns in action. lonerangerx7_0.png

If you find a program you aren't familiar with, you can right click on it and choose the "Search Online" task. That will open your web browser and send you to the search results for the file or process that you have highlighted. In order to stop a program from running at startup, you can remove the little check-mark beside it. The interface may look confusing at first, but if you run into any problems, you can always consult the built in help from the top menu. I hope this explanation helps in solving your problems

Dec 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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This file runs every time the computer is turned on and slows it down. Is there a way to remove it? I did remove it one time but can't remember what I did.


You need to specify what "file" runs every time the computer restarts.
Assuming you have Windows XP, you should check first in your "Startup" folder (Go to START -> PROGRAMS -> STARTUP). The "file" that runs every time the computer is turned on should be there. If it's not, please report back fro further assistance.

Apr 01, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 8600 Notebook

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My system is too much slow how can i make it fast


Delete temporary files, cache and items on Recycle Bin. You may use Ccleaner to delete them safely in just one click. You may also run your computer without the unnecessary startup items. Click Start > Run > type msconfig. Select the Diagnostic Startup > Click Ok. Restart your computer

Jun 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Slow startup slow all together


The first thing I'd try to do is see what programs are running at startup. To do this Click on Start--> Run -->type "msconfig" without the quotes.

Click on the Startup Tab and view all the programs that are running at startup. As for deselecting which programs run at startup you can directly ask me which ones you can disable. For the most part all instant messengers and most program files can be disabled.

DO NOT disable any Windows/system32 files!

Jan 19, 2009 | IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook

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It takes my PC a very long time to boot up, what can i do?



If you have installed any softwares recently it might slow down the pc as many softwares will install a startup file in order to start faster. You can shut these programs from starting up when the pc starts.
I put 2 steps to resolve this in order of simplicity.

Remove icons from the Startup folder
Some programs open with a shortcut icon in the startup folder (Startup icons). Use the following steps to show any startup icons that might be hidden and remove startup icons from the startup folder:
NOTE: Removing items from the Startup folder does not uninstall the software program.
1. Right-click the Start button, and click Explore . The Windows Explorer window displays with Start Menu already selected.
2. Click the plus sign ( + ) next to Programs .
3. Click Startup . The shortcut icons are listed in the right pane of the window.
4. To show any hidden icons, click Tools , click Folder Options , and click the View tab.
5. Click Show hidden files and folders (Windows XP/ME) or Show all files (Windows 98), and click OK .
6. Click an unwanted startup item in the right pane of the window and drag it to a blank area on the Windows desktop. Release the mouse button to drop the icon onto the desktop.
7. Continue dragging unwanted icons until all unwanted startup icons are on the desktop. Click Yes to any window that display asking to confirm the removal of a read-only file.
8. Close Windows Explorer and restart the computer for the changes to take effect. Delete the startup icons that were moved to the desktop after you are satisfied with the way the software programs are working.
If you find that a particular software program should not have been removed from the Startup folder, double-click the startup menu item to open the Startup window. Then drag the icon from the desktop back into the Startup window.

Jan 11, 2009 | Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop

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Speed


Actually there are many reasons why your computer will boot up slow. I can only give you some tips.

Click start>run>type msconfig. On the startup tab uncheck any program that you don't need on startup.

Delete Prefetch files. Prefetch files are being created by windows when you open a program so thaht the next time you open the program it will pull up faster. But having too much prefetch helps slow your computer down on startup because it loads on startup. to delete go to start>run> type prefetch. delete all that you will see there.

For trojan problems the best way to remove them is by running a scan of updated antivurus program. If you don't have one. try SuperAntispyware. it worked for me. =)

Oct 09, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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