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Try this... go to start, all programs, accessories, system tools.. click on disk clean up and place check marks in each of the boxes, it will ask you if you are sure, click yes. This will delete all unused and unneeded files from your computer. You can also go to start and in the search box type run, click on run and in the small box type msconfig. This will bring up a dialog box with tabs at the top, click on the tab that says startup. you will again have small boxes with check marks next to them. uncheck everything that you recognize and do not need on start up. Your programs will still be there, they just won't load with windows and slow your system down. Do Not uncheck anything having to do with windows, you will see this under the file location, it will say something like C:/windows.... dont touch these files, leave those checked. Once you complete this it will ask to reboot, go ahead and do this and upon restart your system should be running quicker!
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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