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Computer keep saying WEB PAGE IS SLOWING DOWN YOUR COMPUTER. How do I fix that. How do i find out what web page is causing it. thanks

I have a window 7 Compaq Presario CQ1 al in one. computer is very slow. also mozilla firefox keep saying not responding constantly. computer constantly freezes off and on. pointer does not move sometimes have to wait on it to move.

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