Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Does it just do that with one program? Which one? How much memory have you got in your computer?
Posted on May 12, 2010
Hiee.. if your pc runs slow and hangs during your work this might happen because of load on your pc and some unnecessary programs working in background so i recommend you to remove unnecessary programs. one more thing keep some space in the same partition in which your Xp is installed don't make it full. you can also remove some program from startup. you can also boostup speed by using some utility software.
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Slow startup is caused by programs that initialize during startup. THings like MSN messenger, any VPN software, or just about anything that runs in your system tray (down by the clock) try removing things from your startup folder and setting programs not to start when windows starts.
You can also shut down these programs from the run menu by running the msconfig command...but I suggest you research what you're turning off before you try that...as you could disable wanted processes,
Hope this helps.
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