Question about Dell Computers & Internet
First Of all take a look at your windows running processes (right click on taskbar, choose Task Manager and click on Processes tab). You could stop these processes which cause you problems.
Next step click Performance tab. If you are not working with your pc, the CPU USAGE should be between 0-5% .
And the most important step is to Remove unwanted programs from your start-up menu.
Please remember the things you uncheck.If something messes
up, You can go back and re-check it.
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
Use CCleaner, Auslogic Disk Defrag, install Spyware Terminator and run full scan, remove programs from startup. You can also use "msconfig" (start/type it in, choose) to really lower the amount of processes and programs running but I wouldn't recommend unless you know what's vital plus check the box to remove all Windows processes from list before you start disabling processes.
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