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Re: where is the control panel in aspire 3100?
If its Vista you are using (which i expect it is going by the latop model) click on the start menu, the round icon at he bottom right of the screen, in the right hand side you see the control panel tab, click on that and it will take you through to the control panel. To un-install a program its the programes and features icon
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i want to uninstall click start control panel add or remove programs or uninstall a program this may vary depending on your operating system scroll to see if the program is listed select uninstall or it might have its own uninstaller click start all programs look for program select it and see if it has the uninstall capability hope this helps
You can probably do it with the software you already have on your computer, but a really handy free application that does a wonderful job is CCleaner (yes, there are two C's!) You can download it from filehippo.com With that program, you can click on Tools, then choose the programs you want to uninstall. Once you're finished, you can run a clean and wiper with the CCleaner, as well. It works quite well and is fairly quick, too.
Following these simple steps will speed up your notebook...
*Eliminate as many unnecessary programs from startup as possible. *Run a disk cleanup and disk defrag on your system at least twice a month.
*Uninstall programs that you don’t use
*Unclutter your desktop of shortcuts *Clear the web browser cache *Add more memory
If none of your USB ports work, there could be a problem with your USB controllers. Uninstall the USB controllers via Control Panel - System ... and reboot your laptop. They will reinstall upon bootup. Good luck.