Question about Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook S7110 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Don't forget the user cookie files
also use a registry cleaner it may help
Posted on Sep 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be a couple of things...
1. Try defragging your system, it gets slowed from moving files around and if this is not done from time to time it can slow your computer. This can be done by going Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools> Disk Defragment.
2. Try running antivirus, if you have any unwanted programs in your computer this can certaintly cause a huge decrease in performance.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
A few simple steps may help you get quite a bit of speed back before spending money on an or new operating systems.
First go here
Download that to your desktop and run it without changing any options. If it finds anything then let it clean up.
Restart your computer and run it again just to be sure.
Second clean up some of the left over junk from the programs you may have removed and temporary files etc. For that start here.
Again let it clean up as needed and restart and run again.
If you understand startup lists then download this small utility here
It is safe the name is just a little misleading.
To this pint you have performed quite an extensive clean up but it does not end there.
Adobe software can chew up system resources. I replaced adobe reader with the much faster and better FOXIT version. I install that on all my clients computers as it take up much less memory than the Adobe version.
If you play a lot of videos and music try reducing the amount of codecs and player too as these can have a detrimental affect on computer speeds
Tool-bars have long been known to cause issues so remove as many as you can.
When it comes to anti-virus ten from a known point of view Norton and Mcafee are exceptionally bad at slowing computers down. I often replace these with the AVG free version or the ESET or NOD ones as once again they use less memory and have far better scanning in intercept rates for virus.
If them tips don't help to the degree you want then yes by all means go with extra memory as that is always a welcome speed boost.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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