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Hp net book keeps coming up with no response when I click on anything on the internet I have done registry cleaner and ccleaner numerous times but the same problem keeps coming up is there anyway that I can set this computer back to the factory settings?

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Hi, you can perform a system restore with the CD that came with your PC; or pressing the ESC key during boot up will give you the option to start in safe mode, from where you can reset your operating system to a previous time, before you had the problem. Hope this helps

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Where we can get one click cleaning so we, beginners can optimize our computers in seconds?

Gary utilities has 1 click maintenance and has a free version held keep pc optimized

Nov 18, 2017 | Computers & Internet


Tips to clean and speed up your computer.


If you wish to speed up your computer or just give it a good cleaning, you have come to the right place! Follow the tips below and your computer should perform better.

CCleaner is a program I have used for years, and it is an amazing tool. It offers the ability for you to clean out old temporary files, browser cookies, remove unwanted programs, fix registry errors, disable start up programs and even manage system restore points.

Click here to download the program

-Install and open up CCleaner. On the left, you will notice 4 options. The first(top option) is cleaner. We will make sure we are on this tab and click the "analyze" button near the bottom middle. Let the program analyze and once it is done click the "run cleaner option"

*Editing registry information can potentially be dangerous and I always advise to backup the registry before deleting anything from it*

When you install and remove programs, you can leave behind junk that over time can cause problems for your computer. We will clean up the registry now.

-Next, we will run the Registry analysis to see if anything can be fixed. Click on the registry tab on the left of CCleaner and then click the "Scan for issues" button. Once this is done, go ahead and click the "Fix selected Issues" button.

Over time, your computer can accumulate many programs that will start up when windows reboots causing the reboot process to be extremely slow. Some of these programs are non essential and can be disabled from start up. The next step we will disable any unwanted start up programs.

*Disabling essential programs from start up may cause computer issues. Only disable programs that are not needed to be running when the computer starts up. Some examples are Itunes, Windows Media Player, Adobe update*

-Click on the "tools" option on the left of CCleaner. Then click on the startup tab. Expand the CCleaner window to maximize so you get a good view. You do this by clicking the box icon at the top right of CCleaner. In the middle window, CCleaner will list all programs that will start when your computer is turned on. You can go through each program and disable any that you see fit. I gave some examples above of programs you can disable. This can increase your start up time!

Now we can close CCleaner.

-In this step we will run the built in Windows disk cleaner and disk defragmenter to finish our clean up job. In windows 7 you can access these tools by going to Start and in the search box type Disk. The two top options should be Disk Cleaner and Disk Defrag.

Click on Disk cleanup and a program will run, and calculate files to be deleted and how much space you can save. CCleaner will have already cleaned up much of this junk but go ahead and select the options you wish to remove and click the OK button.

Next, run the Disk defrag tool. This tool will show you if your disk is badly fragmented and if so, run the program. It is best to do this overnight while you are sleeping as it can take up computer resources.

Other Tips
A new tool I have started to use is TuneUp Utilities. The 2011 version is very good and is easy to use. You can download it by clicking here. You can use it to basically do anything from disabling start up programs, defragging your hard drive, changing Windows settings and even changing your Windows Login screen. It will guide you through optimizing your computer.

Okay, your computer should be all clean and run a bit faster now. I hope you enjoyed this Tip!


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on May 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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It runs slow

That's because it's getting old


The Harddrive on your laptop stores all your information.
When a Harddrive is 50 percent full it slows down.
When it is 70 percent full you REALLY start noticing it!

That is why when you first got the laptop, it was much faster than it is now.

Suggestion is to remove what you do not use, or can live without being on your laptop.

Programs you do not use. (Do NOT delete any Windows programs!)
Applications you do not use.

Click on Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
Remove programs applications you do not use.
(Again, no Windows programs)

Copy off photos, videos, and music to disk/USB flashdrive.
Copy off personal documents you have created, or downloaded.

After you have finished defragment your harddrive.
[Windows XP:
Click on Start > Control Panel > Performance and Maintenance > Rearrange items on your hard disk to make programs run faster]

Then suggest you use a registry cleaner.
I use CCleaner. It's free, and works as well as paid for registry cleaners; plus better than some.

When you delete programs/applications you leave behind fragmented files.
Disk Defragmenter will not remove the fragmented files.

When you go to a website cookies are left behind.
A lot of things that are done leave behind fragmented files.

These take up ROOM, and are useless to keep around anyway.

I can guide you in downloading, and using CCleaner.
I use it a LOT.

Info on Wikipedia,

Main page,


Click on them to enlarge.

(Also if it wasn't free, and worked well I wouldn't recommend it.
Do not advertise for paid for programs, and do not recommend software that doesn't work)

To use the program you click on six 'buttons'.
Two main ones;
Cleaner, and Registry.

1) Cleaner;
Analyze, then Run Cleaner

2) Registry:
Scan for Issues, then Fix selected issues

Using just these two functions, and using the default settings it comes with; you will NOT be able to harm the registry in Windows.

The above is pretty close to all you have to do, but if you download, and install it, I will step by step you through it.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Feb 21, 2013 | MSI Computers & Internet

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My feiends Dell Net book is very slow, I set the system back and Installed AVG removed Mal Wares it ran good, When i took it back it went to running very slow again~!! So do I have to wipe it and...

There are many free and effective registry cleaners. You can use Ccleaner (which I highly recommend). You can download Ccleaner from here (click here). It's bundled with System Cleaner, Registry Cleaner and other utilities. Run the System cleaner and the registry cleaner. Check the startups and also verify all the services from the Task Manager.

Sometimes some virus can't be removed if they really infected some files, in that case, you better reinstall the windows (full format), but remember, during the backup or file transfer, don't simply copy/paste, instead use the wizard like "backup" or "Files and Settings Transfer"..

If you need further help, let me know.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Oct 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Wireless seems real slow

ok... is ur ISP giving good speed internet?
check ur speed at
if it works well the
it might be because your RAM is full..
u can clean it by the program like ccleaner...
it is freely available in the net..
u will have to downlaod it and install
then clean all the registry and files used from ur RAM..
click analyze and after reaching 100% click on run cleaner..
also clear ur registry files ....
disable ur all the startups..

Mar 18, 2010 | HP Compaq 6720s Notebook

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I have a hp laptop windows xp i want to clean up my reg. i have paid for some of the online reg. cleaners but they have not worked too well anything i can do myself?

U don't say what the problem is here, but have u defragment the harddrive, this corrects allot of problems like slow response and such, to do a defragment go to the start menu in system tray and select "All Programs" then select "Accessories" then in that menu select "System Tools" in the menu select "Disc Defragmenter", if you have never done the defrag then expect it to take up to 2 hours to complete.

Mar 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I can't delete ArcSoft software from my add/remove area

I'll tell you, but you're going to have to go the long way. Best method I'm aware of.

Plus I suggest you download CCleaner. CCleaner is a free registry cleaner. (Don't let the fact that it is free, dissuade you one bit! It's a better registry cleaner program than the PAID for one's are! )

After you delete a program there are 'tidbits' left behind. Fragmented files. These take up space also, and in essence are just junk. Like having partial pages torn out of a book. A registry cleaner rids you of them.

This is information about CCleaner from,

After you view the information, and wish to download CCleaner, simply go to the right of the page, under the illustration, and click on the website address.
After you download CCleaner, come back if you wish, and I'll explain the easy way of how to run the program.

Long way of deleting a program, but assurance that it will be gone. (After using CCleaner also)

Windows XP Home running, Left-click on Start.
Hover your mouse cursor on All Programs, go up to Accessories, over and down to Windows Explorer, and click on it. (This isn't Internet Explorer, in case you are not familiar with Windows Explorer)

After Windows Explorer has loaded, go up to the top header. Left-click on Tools. Now on Folder Options in the drop down list. Finally Left-click on the View tab.

In the list, go down to where there is a yellow folder with - Hidden files and folders - to the right of it.

Below this you will see an empty circle, and to the right of it - Show hidden files and folders
Left-click once in this box.

Now go below to the right, and Left-click on Apply. Finally go down to the left, and click on OK.

After you do this a Microsoft 'squawk box' will come up. "Warning you are.........."
It's okay. Click on OK if present.
The reason this warning box comes up is that a user can delete necessary Windows files, IF, they do not know what they are doing.

I'm not going to guide you towards destructing your Windows operating system, rest assured. We are not going anywhere near Windows files. Just the ArcSoft program file that's about to hit the trashcan.

When you open Windows Explorer, the default setting is to automatically open your My Documents folder. You can see a negative sign ( - ) next to My Documents in the 'file tree' to the left, and the contents of your My Documents folder to the right.

I like to close the file tree for My Documents. Less clutter, and less chance of getting confused.

If you are of the same mind, go up to the - sign next to My Documents, and Left-click right on the - sign. It will turn into a + sign, and close that part of the file tree.

Now Left-click on the + sign next to,

1.My Computer
2.Then - Local Disk (C:)
3.Now scroll down to - Program Files

Scroll through these programs. See ArcSoft? Left-click on the ArcSoft name. The individual folders and files will appear on the right, in the large window.

Now double-click on a Folder. The folder will open, and display individual files. Right-click on a File, then in the drop down menu, Left-click on Delete.

You may not be able to delete the entire folder for ArcSoft, (Too large for Recycle Bin), but you can delete individual files, until the folders are empty 'husks'.
Then you can use the Back arrow at the upper left, and Right-click on the folder/s. Delete them.

You may come to a file that has an extension - .dll
You may not be able to delete this type of file. It's okay. After you shut down your computer, wait 1 minute, come back into Windows Explorer, and try it again.

Finally use CCleaner, and get rid of the file fragments.

I know this is long, and I apologize in advance. has worked for me to delete stubborn programs for years. (Norton, AOL, and others)

Has worked better than using the Uninstall feature, if the program comes with one, and any Uninstall option listed on the Internet for a program.

Have questions? I'm all ears.

Nov 08, 2009 | HP Mini 1000 Notebook

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Sir, when I Right-click on any file then it take so much time to open or my right click is very slow.Plz help me.

  1. your pc have lots of applications installed remove those applications which are not in used.......
  2. used some better antivirus program may be your pc have affected with virus...and that's y your pc takes lots of time..
  3. click on the start button then click on the run or press ctrl + r
  4. then type temp and delelte all the files from there
  5. then again use the 3 number point which is return above and then type %temp% in it and delete all the files from there
  6. then again used the 3number point which is return above...and type prefetch then enter and delete all the files from there....
  7. or if you think that this process is typical for you so used ccleaner software....or speed up my pc software
  8. used the 3 no option from the above statement and type msconfig then click on the startup tab then click on the disable all and restart your system....
  9. and if the program still there format your pc bcz your system have infected with viruses.....

Jul 25, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Removal of non-existent Quicken 2009 Password

I would use CCleaner, and wipe out this fragmented file.

1.It's ->FREE and works better than paid versions.
2.It's a Registry cleaner, and this is one of the things it does. Wipes out leftover junk from your computers registry.

3.Here is info about CCleaner on,
4.Here is the download page for CCleaner,

You can take a quick tour, and look around at it before you download. The download is right under it.
After downloading, and installing CCleaner, Do Not make any changes. The default settings are all you'll ever need. (The Advanced settings are just that. Advanced! Leave these alone)

To use CCleaner is simple. The first time you run it, it may take 2 minutes. After that it cleans in thousandths of a second!

Go up to the top left side and click on -> Cleaner.
Now go to the bottom left, and click on Analyze.
Once it's done then go to the bottom right, and click on Run Cleaner.
It will ask if you wish to backup. I did at first, (Have used it for over a year now), but after two weeks I found backups weren't necessary. I checked EACH, and every file fragment before deleting it.

You'll find your computer will speed up now everytime you turn it on. (Computer) I use CCleaner after each internet session before I turn the computer off. (Daily)
(Sound like a salesman, huh? lol!)

Jul 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How do I get this this message off of my desktop screen. warning! spyware detected on your computer.

You are infected. This is spyware of the worse sort.

What ever you do don't click on the link provided.

1. download adware (free version0, spybot (free version) and CCleaner (also free)

2. don't install yet - re-boot to safe mode. Then install these three.
a. run adware first - keep running till it comes up clean
b. then run spybot - keep running till it comes up clean
c. then run ccleaner - 1st Cleaner till it is clean (run over and over till it does not find any more) - then run its Registry Cleaner - and fix DO NOT BACKUP - run till it finds no more problems.

3. Click on 'my computer' - go to "program files" - list in Date Modified - anything that YOU DID NOT install in the past few days DELELTE the folder.

4. Run CCleaner again (as in step 2c).


When in windows click on Help and Support - Restore computer to earlier time - at least two days before you think this screen 1st came to you.

When done, it should be gone and cleaned.

Jul 03, 2008 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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