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If you are having problems with crashes, and slow operation you could have picked up a virus from a site but, more than likely, something that you downloaded that was infected. Avira is a good all around software and you can download a free version here.
Click on the green download button which will redirect you to another site where you will click download and allow to run. If you have another Anti spyware already and are happy with it then skip this. If you have an Anti spyware you are unhappy with, uninstall it before download of this product. If you did download and are all finished and it hasn't already run a scan. Open the software and run a full scan. This will take some time so let it finish and let it repair what it recommends. Then restart if it doesn't do it for you.
After that is all done I would install a free version of Malwarebytes you can do that here:
Download proceedure is pretty much the same. Again when your download is finihed it will probably suggest or run a quick scan. I would go ahead at this point run a full scan and let it make it's recommended repairs. Restart after this is done. This should cure your problem.

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