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Lenovo E430 is very slow


Run Disk Cleanup:-
Efficiency of laptop decreases when it contains too many junk files. To clean junk content from your system follow the steps below:
- Click Start
- Type Disk Cleanup
- Press Enter
- Select the drive which you wish to clean
- Click OK

Fix Registry Errors:-
Mostly laptop runs slow issue occurs due to broken Windows registry entries. Fixing registry will help you to boost up your laptop. You need to download and install a Registry Cleaner program to fix corrupt or broken registry entries. To download a reliable registry cleaner, 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 junks and registry errors from your computer.

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Top 7 Tips for Windows 7 Maintenance


Want to keep your Windows 7 running as fast and stable as new? Updating hardware configuration and protecting your PC from being attacked by virus and spyware is indispensible, but, that’s not enough, even with the "impressive/promising" Windows 7.

Well, there is no rose without a thorn. For enjoying the non-compromised features of Windows 7 and keeping its freshness as long as possible, you can take the following top 9 tips for Windows 7 maintenance, and save your time, money as well as get full control of your PC!

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 1: Cleanup hard disk

Windows temporary files, internet cache, cookies, invalid shortcuts and unused files and programs can take up much room on your hard disks. Even you have just upgraded to Windows 7, those junk files can soon accumulate and eat up hard disk space. So regular disk cleanup should be part of your Windows 7 maintenance routine.

Windows 7, as its predecessors, has a built-in Disk Cleanup program, you can find it in Start>Accessaries>System Tools>Disk Cleanup.

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 2: Defrag hard disk

Your hard drive can be full of fragmentation with time, which dramatically slows down Windows running. Microsoft OS including Windows 7 provides the built-in Disk Defragmenter tool, which lets you remove empty patches, pack pieces of files together, and thus occupy contiguous storage locations, increase the speed of reading and writing files to/from hard disk.
Frequency: Disk defragmentation should be performed every two or three months, because frequent disk defragmentation can decrease the span of hard disk.

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 3: Speed up Windows 7 boot

Open Run, input “msconfig”, then select “Boot”, you will see a list of programs in that auto-start folder. You can manage them there.

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 4: Scan and repair registry

Registry is the central database of Windows which stores the necessary information and settings for software and hardware running smoothly. Even you have uninstalled a program, respective information is saved there. Windows registry can be full of errors that cause the main system crashes, error messages, freezes and slowdown. You will be amazed when you view how many errors exist in your registry.

Microsoft experts never suggest people to manually change their registry, since any improper operation to registry can cause serious damage. Instead of taking that risk, using a third-party safe Windows registry optimizer might be better. You may refer to this article and learn .

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 5:Defragment registry

Just like hard drive needs defrag, registry needs too. Registry defrag is to remove fragmentations and creates a linear registry, which can speed up registry access and program response. Some defragger also compacts your registry to a smaller size, thus it can take up less memory and make room for other programs running fast. There is a free registry defrag software which can safely defrag registry in two minutes for most Windows systems.

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 6:Uninstall unused programs

Uninstalling programs that you seldom use is better than just removing them from your hard drive., because simple deletion can cause Windows errors. Some programs have the built-in uninstall app while others don't. Then you can go to the control panel and uninstall them. For those malicious programs that don’t allow you to uninstall, you can make use of a third-party uninstall manager (known as built in Wondershare Registry Optimizer) to get rid of them.
Note: cleanup registry is necessary after the uninstallation. Detail is given in the following part.

Windows 7 Maintenance Tip 7: Boost performance by adjusting registry parameters

This step is to change registry parameters designed to boost Windows 7 system performance, such as automatically end hung applications, optimize internet connection, speed up loading web pages, speed up Windows shutdown, etc.

There are many online tips talking about how to manually revise registry settings for better system performance, but manual revisement fits more for computer expertsor than for beginners. Beginners has better use a system optimizing utility (known as built in Wondershare Registry Optimizer) to have this done in single 1 mouse click.








on Dec 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Free up space


1:- Run disk cleanup ( start > programs > accessories > system tools > disk cleanup)
2:- Turn off your firewall and antivirus program
3:- Remove unwanted Programs
4:- Clean Registry
Download Registry Cleaner such as Reginout To Fix unwanted registry from your PC .
Thanks

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My computer is getting really slow now. what can i do?


Actually sir there are a lot of reason why a computer becomes slow..First because of viruses, secondly your computer is very populated with files and applications and your hardware devices cannot accommodate it. But since you're connecting to the internet i know you have a good antivirus..perhaps i recommend you to try this 1. examine your files and application and choose the files you frequently used and not frequently used. 2. delete unwanted files and applications that you already didn't use so that it will free hard disk space and virtual memory of your computer. 3 go to recycle bin and empty it. freeing hard disk space and virtual memory can help your computer perform much faster...Reply to this post if your problem are not solved..Tnx for using fixya..

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System is working very slow .


Some reasons why computers are running very slow due to:
1. Limited capacity left on the hard disk. Meaning your hard disk is near to be full
2. Possibly you are infected with malwares. It is a must that you should install antivirus for your PC protection.
3.Too much software installed but they might not be run for a long period of time that will affect the performance of your PC, uninstalling softwares that you are not using may utelize your machine running time.

Some helpful tips to maintain your PC.
1. Delete temporary files,internet history files
2. Always empty your recycle bin
3. Perform disk cleanup,click start,programs,accessories,ssytem tools,disk cleanup
4. Disable unnecessary programs during start up. Click start menu, click Run.type msconfig, from the dialog box click startup then uncheck those programs that are not necessary to run during boot process. Click Services button, uncheck the softwares previously been deleted from the control panel
5. Select general tab, click normal start up
6. save ans restart for the changes to take effect

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Computer is very slow


Check for viruses, spyware, malware, etc. Do a disk cleanup and defrag. Good Luck.

Aug 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My computer is running really slow and is sluggish


sounds like your registry is clogged up google your self a registry cleaner there's lots of free ones about download and run it once you clean the reg up your computer should be a lot faster
hope this helps

Dec 10, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition

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My laptop is really slow


It could be due to clogged Registry. Use a good registry cleaner to do that. Even I had the same prob. my laptop used to take 20 mins to boot. After cleaning the registry it runs now.

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My machine is occupying unneccesary space in c/: drive due to which my machine is getting quiet slow and oI am not able to do my r= egular office work on my my pc


1st - You may need to cleanup the internet temporary files (Done through the browser)
2nd - Your computer may need to be defragged (takes time to complete), but does wonders.
3rd - You may need also need to perform a disk cleanup.
4) Go to the windows folder and empty the Temp (You can delete it and make sure that You create another Temp folder)
5) Defragment the Registry (You can do that by using software like Tune Up utilities).

Jan 23, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Registry Cleanup


go the www.ccleaner.com download their tool. once installed go the the registry option down the left & click Scan for Issues, once scan complete Click fix selected issues. You may have to run it 3 times to delete all issues.

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