Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
Type msconfig in the run box, open the start up tab and start unticking apps
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You have something running in the background that is eating up the CPU useage. You need to identify which process is doing this.
Use the built in task manager, using ctrl-alt-delete to bring it up, and see which process is at above 90% cpu usage. Then post back here what you find.
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