Question about HP Pavilion zv6000 Notebook
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Depending on what you have installed, 60 processes running may not be anything exceptional. That is within the average on a computer running Vista, and some software installed.
As first thing check the RAM amount. If the RAM is insufficient, the CPU will have to work more to supply to the lack of RAM with intense use of virtual memory saved on hard disk drive.
If RAM is up to 512MB, upgrade at least to one GB, if possible install 2 GB.
Apart upgrading RAM , try uninstalling obsolete software. Setting not-needed software to not start automatically(when possible), look for viruses and have a look at the registry, maybe using a tool like Hijack This.
Try following the instructions here:My computer is slow - Microsoft Windows
If you decide to use Hijack This, you can copy and paste here the Log, I will tell you what processes may be safely prevented from starting.
Always save a backup copy of system registry before making changes.
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