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My computer runs very slowly and locks up quite often since I installed Windows Vista

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Mcdevito75 here, I would first emty the re-cycle bin from the desktop, then on any page, left click on tools at the top of the screen, from the drop down menu click on delete browseing history, from here, carefully read the things you want to delete, carefully read every word. After that check speed of your computer, It won:t hurt to up-date VISTA also, Type in search from home page VISTA UP--DATE. Hope this helps.

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I agree with the suggestion given befroe but If you still encounter the same issues I think that your will need to reformat the drives and reinstall your vista. If you are not using the original software then it is likely to get the files delected if the default settings are active on your intital setttings. In such a case open the internet explorer, tools,internet options select blank.
Also before you are doing the formatting and reinstalling you can also try to defraagment and clean up your temporary files and cookies. If you have a good antivirus installed, use it for searching for virus.Also use an advanced system care free sofware to clear any malwares. Hope this helps . Good day

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Windows Automated Installation Kit
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