My comp taks forever to start up, to load a site and to perform basic tasks: surfing interupted and without an ad poping up. I have done the delete files (offline), defrag, maintenance wiz, etc. I have also downloaded several anti virus programs. In fact, my comp is even slower now.
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try to delete large file or free space your disk , you can see your CPU proccess in task manager if your cpu work 100 % ,that makes your laptop become slow , try to disable program on start up windows->run->msconfig disable program and then try to maintain your laptop performance with utilities like advance system care or tune up utilities , defrag your harddisk , if your laptop still slow , try to reinstall your OS if this happen , then your hardware have trouble
like not enough resources such as RAM and CPU. Check Performance in
Task-Manager (CTRL-ALT-DELETE). High CPU levels causes hang ups like
disabling startup programs. Go to Start > Run (search in Win 7) and type
MSConfig. In Startup tab, uncheck anything that you don't want Windows to
load automatically. It will make Windows boot faster and use less resources
while running. This just disables them in startup. Programs will still load,
but when only you initiate.
any extras like those pushy toolbars, and add-ons.
The Internet Speed Monitor is adware (a type of spyware) that tracks your web-surfing habits. This adware is a browser add-on object displayed as a toolbar within your Internet browser. Every time you open a new browser window, the add-on object is activated and generates pop-up windows with ads based on your online shopping and browsing. What the Internet Speed Monitor does is collect the information on the websites you visit and products you buy, then targets you with ads that are tailored just for you. This can slow down both your Internet connection and overall computer speed. You need to remove this spyware to get rid of the pop-ups.
1.Press "Ctrl-Shift-Esc" or "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" to bring up the Task Manager.
2.Click on the "Processes" tab to view the current system processes.
3.Click "adsponsor.exe," and then click "End Process."
4.Repeat Step 3 for "adsponsor.exe," "grandpack2.dll," "ismbar2.exe," "uninstall.exe" and "qdrloader.exe."
1. try to open the windows explorer and in the address bar type the address of any website.
2. right click on the task bar and then choose the option task manager, select the tak processes and then check for instances of the application iexplore. In casse there are multiple, select one and click on end process. repeat the same for all instances
3. In case still inaccessiable, try to restart the computer.
4. If the issue still persists, try uninstalling the application using the control pannel and add remove programs, Add remove windows components.
If the problem still persists, use a different browser
A task has been left behind by the Paretologic Program in the task
manager's files that is responsible for this annoying error..to fix
..go to START ..ACCESSORIES .. SYSTEM TOOLS ..click on ..SCHEDULE TASKS
and delete any tasks that concern Paretologic
I am assuming that you have an antivirus program running, if not than get one. Than you should update it and than scan in safe mode ( that catches viruses before they load and hide from you) also purchase "Webroot Spy Sweeper" run it and follow instructions, and your computer should be running fasater, also if you upgrade your RAM, than that well boost preformance, upgrade your hard drive may also solve the problem. Chances that your processor is fried are slim, although vacuming out the fan also helps to cool the processor. If you wanted to, you could even add another fan.
depends on how much packets your comp can handle with your cpu speed
heres a suggestion
hit ctrl-alt-del at same time it will bring up task manager
goto performance hit update speed to high then you want to show kernel times make sure that task manager is above the other programs now run your internet site this will tell you how much physical and kernel memmory is being used these dictate your packet datas also with comps memmory usage