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HP G60 PC Notebook is slow

Lately, my HP G60 PC Notebook has been running slowly. The startup is normal, but any program I attempt to run takes a long time to load. This includes Internet Explorer, and any other basic programs. How can I solve this?

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Go to run or start search and write temp ,hit enter.and delete all the temporary files...
open your internet explorer..go to tools nd internet options and at top go to advanced settings and uncheck the option which says enable third party browsing....click on ok or apply...
close the internet explorer ..restart the notebook...
the os will run much faster now

Posted on May 30, 2010

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