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Sounds like You have Windows Vista
(it tends to create log files over and over again)
If so,let me know and we can fix it.
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Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Run virus checking and also a malware detector. This might be your problem.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Block the Startups and Services
When your computer is started up, there
might be a number of programs and services running in the background.
Some of them would be update checkers, error reporters and the rest are
necessary tools like your antivirus etc.
The idea is to disable running the start-ups and service that you no longer need.
Defragment the Disks
My computer is slow to start up if the
disks are too fragmented. Fragmentation refers to dividing a file into
several parts which cause slow down in retrieving their contents.
The problem can be solved by defragmenting such fragmented disks using the Disk Defragmenter.
Defragment your Registry
Registry is the database in your
operating system containing significant configurations and information.
Registry fragmentation too cause my computer is slow to start up
Defragmenting the registry is too
simple. You have to download a third party Registry Defragmenter
software and install it o your system.
Set Up the System for Best Performance
Setting Windows for maximum performance
rather than best appearance could fix the problem. Whenever my computer
is slow to start up I perform the same task. The steps are provided
Disinfect the System
Sometimes computer is infected by a
virus and I feel that my computer is slow to start up.. Change the
existing antivirus software and download a good one. Update its virus
definitions and conduct a full scan through it. Remove all the
infected files that found.
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