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1. Free up disc space by deleting temp files etc.
To do it dowload CCleanner.

To download click here.

Once you download the software click on run cleaner to clean all the junks.
If you get a prompt click on OK. Repeat this process 2-3 times.
Then on the letf side click on registry
then click on scan for issues, once the scan is over click on fix selected issue then click on No on the next prompt and then fix all issues.

2. Run Disk Defragmenter
To do it Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Disk Defragmenter.
If you are usin win vista or win 7 you can type Disk Defragment in search menu when you click on start.

3. Remove unwanted programs from startup:
To do this click on start then click Run then type msconfig press ok, you will get system configration window under that click on startup and disable the unwanted programs. after that restart the computer for changes to take effect.

If you are usin win vista or win 7 you can type MSCONFIG in search menu when you click on start.

4. Scan for Spyware andd viruses

Scan your computer with Malware bytes to check if there is a spyware or walware and remove it if there is any.

To download click here

Download it and install it after following the screen prompts.
After that run a quick scan.
and when the scan is over remove the infections.
If prompted restart your computer.

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