Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
First how much memory do you have? How much memory is free? Next check what processes are running (the task manager is a good place to start). Use msconfig.exe (Start > Run > msconfig) to disable programs from launching at boot up. Check the system for viruses and other malware. What browser are you using and what plugins are loaded. Try disabling all the plugins and reenable them one at a time. There may be one that is a resource hog.
The other standard issues to check: clear the browser cache (Tools > Internet Options for IE, Tools > Options > Advanced > Network tab in Firefox) , run the defragmentation utility on the hard disk (Computer > right click on Local Disc (C:) and choose Properties > Tools). Use a registry cleaner to compact the Windows registry (very carefully - back up the registry first).
I hope this helps.
(some malware may need to be removed in the Safe Mode to finish the removal.)
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