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is ur ISP giving good speed internet?
check ur speed at speedtest.net
if it works well the
it might be because your RAM is full..
u can clean it by the program like ccleaner...
it is freely available in the net..
u will have to downlaod it and install
then clean all the registry and files used from ur RAM..
click analyze and after reaching 100% click on run cleaner..
also clear ur registry files ....
disable ur all the startups..
Only one of those will work in any computer. Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory is older and slower, Double Density Random Access Memory is faster and DDR2 is newer. The notch in the connector edge will not match the RAM slot if you have the wrong one. Also the DDRAM has various speeds to match the bus speed of the motherboard so designators like PC2100, PC2700, PC3200, etc. are important and correspond to 266MHZ, 366MHZ, 400MHZ, and so on. Notebook use SODIMM RAM and have the corresponding DDR, DDR2 designators but still have notches that must match the slot. When you buy RAM just provide the model of your computer as each manufacturer has numbers that are all designed to confuse it seems and there may be no chance of exchanging the memory after you open the package. Steve
The speed of your computer is determined by the memory capacity, the hdd storage capacity (that means that if the hard drive is full of data your computer becomes low - not about the size of your hard drive) and your processor speed.
In your case I recommend:
1) A good cleaning, 2) Be sure that your computer is not virus or spyware infected 3) Get rid of those programs that you are not using. 4) Disable the programs that are running on the background
Sure after that your computer will become faster. Your memory capacity is good enough to your normal duties (above described)
Probably not. Not in laptops where the northbridge chip is hardwired to run with one ram speed. However, you can try a faster piece of RAM from a friend. Better yet, is to go to Crucial.com or Samsung.com and use their memory configurator to find out for sure.