Downloading individual email is very slow. i've cleaned the computer at start, accessories, system tools, disk cleanup; and empty the recycle bin along with using the cc cleaner, but it still takes 2-3 minutes to download an email. any suggestions???
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Improper computer maintenance may result in slow PC. To fix computer running slow you are required to clean junk and windows errors from your PC using a System Utilities program. To download a reliable System Utilities, go to famous website download.cnet and search there Reginout. Which I personally use and recommend the friends. After downloading run all of its tools one by one except Internet Optimizer, to clean all the junk and error files from your computer.
The question is very vague. Is this a new problem? If it ran OK before, go to Accessories - System Tools - System Restore and pick a date that it worked OK on, the run System Restore.
A free utility "CCleaner" (with two "C"s) can be downloaded from www.download.com . This FREE utility will first clean up your Windows files. Next go the Registry clean up and run the Registry Clean up. You do not need to make any choices in the Registry clean up. Just select to clean up and save a backup. In the Windows clean up you can chose to save or remove the cookies in the options list.
You should also be running a good Anti-Virus program. If not you can download AVG Free from the same place.
This should solve most of your problems. I've lost customers giving this advice as they didn't need to bring in their computers afterwards.
Finally you should De-Fragment you drive(s) to speed up file and program access. To run, go to your My Computer and right click on the hard drive. Select Properties, Tools, Defragment Drive.
There are many other good utilities and anti-virus programs out there. I just suggested a couple of easy to use reliable ones.
Your computer could probably use some routine maintenance.
You'll want to clean your internet cache
* Tools, internet options, browsing history, delete - delete using the given settings except uncheck the first checkbox which is save data from my favorite websites.
*Defrag your computer using some defrag program. If you don't have your own, access the windows defragger by going to Start, All Programs, Accessories, System tools, Disk Defragmenter
*Clean the C: disk by going to my computer, right click on C:, properties, disk cleanup
Restart your computer and see if that improves the performance. If not, let me know.
Try freeing as much memory as possible to correct the problem.
turn off any programs running in the background by checking the ICONS in the lower right side of the screen near the clock area. use your mouse and right click on any pictures shown there and choose "exit" or "close".
then run disk clean. If you are using win xp, go to start, programs, accessories and then system tools. Slide over to clean desk and click on it.
It will ask you if you want to clean "C" drive - this is fine!
Check all the boxes when the window asks which files to handle. Use the arrow key and make sure you get them all. Then click ok.
When its finished running then run disk defrag.
go to start, programs, accessories system tools and then disk defrag. you want to defrag "c" drive and click the degrag button at the bottom to start it.
this may take a while to complete. when finished, reboot the pc. Then go to windows update and run a scan to update files. Install the updates, restart one more time and this should correct the problem.
Slow running computer is the most common problem we all face today follow the discussed steps to enhance the performance of the computer: 1. To remove the junks you can use a free software Ccleanner to download it click on the link below : www.cclner.notlong.com 2. Run Disk Defragmenter To do it Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Disk Defragmenter. 3. Remove unwanted programs from startup: To do this click on start then click Run then type msconfig press ok, you will get system configration window under that click on startup and disable the unwanted programs. 4. Check for spywares and viruses : To do a free scan download malware bytes and run a quick scan and then remove the malwares if any to download the software click on the link below : http://www.filehippo.com/download_malwarebytes_anti_malware/download/bf7bdc016623eccdb800a61c3de8dfea/
Run a couple of anti-spyware and anti-adware programs first. If you don't have any you can download Spybot and Adware. They are both free and good programs. I'll bet you find alot of spyware. Then run your disk defragmenter. It's under accessories/system. After you have done that add a comment and let me know how it's running. I'll be back to check on you. You can download spybot if you don't have it from here: http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html You can download AdAware if you don't have it from here: http://www.lavasoftusa.com/products/ad_aware_free.php