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I have a lot of rubbish on my packardbell laptop, windows 8, and it is slowing it down.

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Computer slow can be happen because of few reason.
Might be there are lots of unwanted applications are there.

Might be there are some infections.

You can go to program list and check the programs and remove if you have any unwanted there.

Also you can follow the tutorial to scan your computer.

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