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My pc is so sluggish, just nothing will start and the mouse cursor remains busy whatever I do.

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  • Deboo Geek Jan 19, 2009

    Hehe. Sorry I had to test what a user gets on the screen when they post a problem and about payment etc. Since I had earned 30+ points.

    I clicked on the payment option but fixya posted my question even before I paid. Sorry, I did not have an option to delete my own post. There should be such an option.

    Regards,
    Deboo

  • M Norwood May 11, 2010

    May we mark this as solved then?

  • Stephen Medley
    Stephen Medley May 11, 2010

    deboogeek, with 10 years experience in PCs why are asking this question? Who is it for? Steve Medley

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Make your PC superfast by:

-- cleaning system junk
-- optimizing computer services
-- optimizing internet
-- repairing registry
-- defraging registry
-- clearing browsers junk

do these things with some secure tool such as Intel Software Partner Reginout.

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Here are some steps you can take to speed up your PC, in order of preference (if one step doesn't help, escalate to the next one):

  • Restart the PC and open just one program. See if it's faster. If so, run fewer programs at a time.
  • Scan for malware (viruses and spyware) - this one is first because it's generally a good practice for preventing other issues. Malware runs in the background and hog the computer's resources, which slows everything down.
  • Follow the steps in Microsoft's guide for speeding up your PC (be sure to back up your entire disk before defragmenting or repairing any disk errors).
  • Install more memory (RAM).
  • Upgrade to a larger hard drive or install a secondary one to which you can offload some files to free up space on the first one.

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