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Soon after boot up my o.s remains bussy for quite a time and RAM meter shows 80-90%usage. also cpu is engaged up to 80% for more than 5 minutes.is this normal?

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No. Maybe you have virus on your computer
Use an antivirus program
Also chek in startup which files are loading
You can click on start - run type msconfig and uncheck all links that you don't need

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