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Running slow cause to much stuff is installed. i want to clear it back to what was installed by factory

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Hi milton - what is the make and model# of your pc and did it come with recovery cds? Thanks.

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Go to control panel => Add/Remove Programs=> Then remove/uninstall the not used/not required softwares.
Check your performance settings. Select "Adjust for Best Performance"
Set the right size for Virtual Memory.

After the uninstall, run a free registry cleaner like "Eusing Registry Cleaner"

Go to msconfig & remove unneccessary startup programs.

Run Disk Cleanup & Disk defragmenter.

All of above will give your pc a good boost.

Hope this helps you my friend..

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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