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My computer seems to freeze. It has frozen several times this morning. i cannot even close the sight or properly close down my computer.

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You computer seems to be performnig slow, you can download CCleaner, and clean the garbage files.

You can go to Start-Run-%temp% and delete all the files.
You can go to Start-Run-Temp and delete all the files

You can run disk cleanup and select all the options which is available in the list.

You can go to your Internet Explorer-Tools-Options-Advance-Reset
You can also uninstall any unused program and delete the files you dont need.

These will get your computer back in track.

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Shrey

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