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Computer is very slow and not responsive at times. I have also received an alert to stop using Script (?) because this will make the screen onresponsive

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You could be facing several problems namely
1. viruses : use an antivirus
2. No enough disk space for the virtual memory; delete some unnessary files from the harddisk
3. You have many programs which load automatically when u start the computer, this are shown on the bottom part of the start bar: stop some of them every time u restart the computer.
4. You have less memory: increase the memory capacity

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