Question about Toshiba Satellite P105-S6104 Notebook
A few things to do first, assuming a Microsoft operating system:
1 - Look at your hard drive to make sure it's got enough space (free space should be at least 15% of it's total size). If not delete or move some stuff.
2 - On the icon for your hard drive - probably "C:", right click and select bottom choice "Properties." Under Tools tab, select defragment and run this utility, even if it says it is not needed.
3 - Pull up the Start Menu (Windows Key), Select "All Programs" and go to the folder named "Startup." Many programs like to have some code run all the time, which is almost never necessary. You will be safe to delete entries here - as they just take up memory once started.
These steps should be a help, none are a danger to your stuff.
Additional RAM is always a good help for small $$ as well.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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