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you need to understand the problem which causes it to become slow. Once you restart, see if the hard disk light is continuously showing some activity. It is possible that you don't have enough RAM and in that case PC becomes slow as all the time hard disk keeps spinning. Open Task Manager and check which process is consuming high CPU/Memory. There is Resource Monitor in performance tab which show the processes consuming high Disk/memory/CPU. CHeck what that process is and uninstall that application or switch off that process. Keep searching based on what you find doing this.
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Once the page has loaded and the video is starting to play, pause the video and let it load completely before playing. The problem is either youtube and some specific videos and/or you have a slow connection and are having difficulties with streaming content.
Open the "Task Manager" by (right ) click in the Statusbar, located in the same (level as the start button). Next see how many Processes are running? If the (number) of processes running are between 75-80, the Computer is running very slow, this could be a ("Low") Memory problem, you can check the "memory usage" in the "Task Manager" as well. Try to "Shut-down Non-essential programs from "start-up."
How many MB YOUR RAM/ may you have lowest of Ram 256MB/ or 512MB only.....that why freezing your laptop. make it upgrade your RAm ...now adays all programs are updated to new versions.. if you using os xp -- sp2 or sp3 or higher than.. atlest you have minimun of ram 1 or max. 2gb..if VISTA min. 1 max 2 or 3GB
also alot of viruses.spyware or all unwanted programs. programs can make slow of operating system....., check first your programs then hardware .. change it if nessesary.