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Too Many Processors Running

My computer is running very slow and I contacted my internet provider (Verizon) and they did as much troubleshooting as they could with no success. They imformed me that there were too many processes running on my computer which is causing it to run very slow. I would love some help in resolving this issue. Thanks a bunch!

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Hit the Ctr-Alt-Del button. Tab>Processes you will see a list of all that are currently running. On the bottom is an End Process Button. Be aware stopping a process may cause your operating system to become unstable. However, there are some that can be easily ended: For example, if you are not using Bluetooth and the Bluetooth process is running you can kill no problem. You get the point.

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You can close them manually from the right system tray, click on those you do not need & close them. You can also use the windows task manager to shut down processes you do not need. Hope this helps.

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