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Will it also help if I add a new RAm? I only have a 256 DDr400 RAM. I think also my applications need high requirements of RAM that is why it is slowing down. Is it going to help improve my pc?

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There are a number of issues might be affecting your PC's performance, some are dangerous while others not that serious.

Learn why is your PC running slow and how to speed it up easily from: http://www.whyismypcsoslow.net/

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It would help enormously, to be honest you should be running at least 1gig of RAM with a Windows Server.
With RAM so cheap these days 1gig of RAM is not going to cost you a fortune.
Use the RAM configurator at crucial.com or newegg.com to make sure you get the correct and compatible RAM.

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My pc is slow,how i will make it faster to work


back up the files you want and reinstall windows for a fresh start.

Mar 07, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT...

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What is ReadyBoost


Windows Vista has introduced a clever new caching system that can take advantage of your existing high-speed storage devices (such as USB Drives and Memory Cards). This should boost performance when performing disk intensive tasks. Some flash memory devices are up to 100x faster than a standard hard disk, so it makes sense to use these to cache common files.

ReadyBoost works with SuperFetch to store information that can be accessed quickly from the cache on startup, rather than relying on slower reading from the hard disk.

There are several requirements that your flash memory device must meet to be used as a ReadyBoost device:
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  • Access time of < 1ms
  • Capable of 2.5 MB/s read speeds for 4 KB random reads spread uniformly across the entire device and 1.75 MB/s write speeds for 512 KB random writes spread uniformly across the device
  • At least 235 MB of free space.
It is recommended that you have between 1-3 times the amount of ReadyBoost cache as physical RAM. However, ReadyBoost devices are limited to 4GB max.

Assuming you meed the minimum requirements, plug your device in to a USB 2.0 port and wait for a Windows Autoplay dialog box to pop up. Select the Speed up my PC option from this menu.

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You can then set the amount of space on the device that you wish to allocate to ReadyBoost (you may as well use the maximum possible, up to the 3x RAM recommendation). If your device is not compatible or is too slow, you will be informed of the reasons at this point.

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Users with low amounts of system RAM (512MB - 1GB) will notice the biggest performance increase, and those with 2GB or more may only notice marginal gains.

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Does not install on 64bit systems


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Failed to load kernel library


1)This happens when your hardisk memory is full or nearly full.
2)one thing every pc user should know ,"memory and speed are inversely proportional,that means if memory is high,pc slows down..
3)OR IF YOU ADD ADDITIONAL HARD DISK YOU SHOULD ALSO ADD RAM..
IF THESE ABOVE STEPS ARE NOT YOUR TROUBLE SHOOTERS THEN DO AS GIVEN
"START>RUN>REGEDIT>HKEY_CURRENT_USER(IN THIS YOU CAN FIND CONTROL PANEL,ENLARGE IT..YOU CAN FIND DESKTOP.CLICK ON IT AND ON MAIN SCREEN YOU CAN SEE A FILE "MENU SHOW DELAY",NOW MODIFY ITS VALUE TO 0 FROM 400... NEXT RIGHT CLICK ON MY COMPUTER PROPERTIES>ADVANCED TAB>PERFORMANCE SETTINGS>CHOOSE BEST PERFORMANCE LEAVING LAST TWO ONE...

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What is the hardware specification of windows 95


System requirements for installing Windows 95:
  • Personal computer with a 386DX or higher processor (486 recommended)
  • 4 megabytes (MB) of memory (8 MB recommended)
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Oct 22, 2009 | Microsoft Windows 95 for PC

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Speed up my pc like new


Windows Vista was a very resource hungry operating system. I recommend a PC to run at least 2 Gigabytes of RAM on top of at least a 256 Megabyte or 512 Megabyte Graphics Card to be able to use it effectively. I have tested Windows 7 Beta and they have done ALOT when it comes to better performance. I ran Windows Vista Home Premium on my laptop with 2 GB of RAM and a 256 MB Graphics card and it was kinda slow, I am now running Windows 7 Ultimate Beta and it is TONS faster. Vista was pretty much built to be slow, no questions about it.

Apr 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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PC slow performance


Well, based on my personal experience, that might not help overcome the pc slow problems. because there are a number of system issues might be affecting your PC's performance, some are dangerous while others not that serious. Learn why is your PC running slow and how to speed it up easily from: http://www.whyismypcsoslow.net/

Jul 22, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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My systam using 256 mb ram for very slo that my worktime for enkerase


upgrade to a minimum of 512 mb ram for optimal performance.if you still want to use only 256 mb then reduce the number of applications which boot up on start up

Feb 12, 2008 | Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional for PC

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PC slow while printing


when printers are being used it requires a lot of memory especially for larger files.

my first suggestion is to get more memory, however to validate that it is the problem press ctrl alt delete and go to the system monitor to see the ram usage during the printing, if its maxed out then you know its 100% needs more ram.

in the short term you can increase manually the virtual memory of xp so it uses the harddrive as temporary memory to make printing faster

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Pc wor slow


you could have a driver problem, but i would expect you to require more than 256MB of ram work along side a dualcore processor, you should have atleast 1GB ram.

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