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What is the question here? I have this same PC and it is fine. How much RAM do you have? Was it always slow or has it slowed down over time? Have you run a scan to check for virus? More info is need.........
Please let me know if your computer meets the following specs: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition CPU Intel Pentium M 755 Memory RAM 512.0 MB Max RAM Supported 2.0 GB Storage Hard Drive 40.0 GB HDD Optical Drive CD-ROM
Questions: Do you have external hard drives? Have you added RAM? -What browser are you using? Version? Add ons? Does your Windows XP have all of the Service Packs? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/service-packs-download
Do you have any anti-virus software on your PC? Do you have any malware avoidance software on your PC? Do you have any backup/restore (registry) software on your PC?
What programs do you use most frequently?
Which version of Yahoo are you attempting to install?
Try re-install the operating system . If windows xp you wanted, try using the first/SP1. Most of all older machine with low spec,mostly slow . but not that slow if choose the right system operation. i suggest try install windows 2000 for better performance.
The sofware does not meet Win 7.It support only Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000 - Pentium - RAM 64.0 MB , Microsoft
Windows XP Professional - Pentium - RAM 64.0 MB , Microsoft Windows XP
Home Edition - Pentium - RAM 64.0 MB.
Hola amigo primero que nada devemos saber que systema operativo usa tu computador Windows Xp Vista or Windows 7
Esta Web cam es configura automaticamente per piensa tambien en los requerimientos del su systema. aqui algunos tips.
Habla en espanol y solo pregunta ok
For Windows®-based PC Requires a PC that meets the requirements for and has installed one of these operating systems
Windows® 7 Mmimimum: Intel Pentium 4 (3 GhZ), 1 GB of RAM; recommended: Intel Pentium (Dual-Core 1.8 GHz), 2 GB of RAM, 1250 MB free Windows Vista® Mmimimum: Intel Pentium 4 (3 GhZ), 1 GB of RAM; recommended: Intel Pentium (Dual-Core 1.8 GHz), 2 GB of RAM, 1250 MB free
Windows® XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later Mmimimum: Intel Pentium 4 (3 GhZ), 1 GB of RAM; recommended: Intel Pentium (Dual-Core 1.8 GHz), 2 GB of RAM, 1250 MB free
USB 1.1 (2.0 recommended)
16-bit color depth or higher, 2 MB or higher video memory
Windows-compatible speakers or headphones
Broadband Internet access may be required for certain features. Local and/or long-distance telephone toll charges may apply.
Internet functions also require
Internet Explorer® 6/7 for installation; 25 MB hard-drive space typically required.
First things first: You say that you only have 1 megabyte of ram. I think that you meant to say gigabyte. But if you do only have one mb, then you definitely need to get more ram. Secondly, press control+alt+delete and click the processes tab. Please say the number of processes running and the CPU Usage (they're counted and documented at the bottom left of the task manager window) in your reply. What anti-spyware checks did you run and have you checked your computer with an online scanner like kaspersky? Do you have any anti-virus (McAfee, Norton, AVG) software running? Close any unnecessary processes in the bottom right of your desktop screen on the toolbar (these icons are displayed next to your clock).
If you really only have 256MB of Ram then that would be the first thing to change. I would upgrade to at least 1GB of RAM for XP. There are also many unnecessary services that are loaded on start up. You can find many tips on speeding up XP by shutting down services you don't need.
Microsoft Windows XP - Pentium - RAM 128 MB - HD 210 MB
Min Processor Type
Intel Pentium - 133 MHz
Min RAM Size
Min Hard Drive Space
These are the minimum requirements for your system to have if it has to support for installing pc suite...