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A lot of the time, this simply means that you have too many programs running at the same time.
If you're using windows press CTRL+SHIFT+ESCAPE, then when the window pops up, click the performance tab at the top, and look under there to see if you've used up too much memory.
Since windows starts using your hard drive as extra temporary memory once your ram fills up, it slows the computer's operation down quite a bit. This means that you either have to upgrade the amount of ram that you have or try to uninstall software running that you don't absolutely need.
There's a list of running processes under the processes tab. It takes a little bit of experience, but some of the names under there might be recognizable, and you can find out what to uninstall using that as your hint.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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