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My system is vere slow.my ram is 2gb,i have updated antivirues

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Which operating system u r using...
and its because of virus..
to increase speed u need to do disk cleanup
and also u need to do defragamentation...

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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Click the download now button when the screen loads.

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