Need solution for a slow system!!!

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kolnum

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Hi everybody…..I have been using my system for a while now (I generally don’t use that unless its imp)….but over the days it has become slow and that irritates me. The work that I usually do on my system is for our company projects that needs some soft wares. The software keeps changing by project point of view and this is one of the reasons my friend pointed out for the slow running. Can anyone help or suggest me any good solution for this problem.

Thanks in advance!!!
 
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Such kinds of problems are common in a pc and there may be several reasons for that. You cannot target any one thing for this. But since you mentioned that you change the software a number of times….this may be a system registry problem. This is where the software leaves a registry that makes them slow. So, in my view a system registry cleaner may be an efficient solution for this.

Cheers
 
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Hi sorry I connot help you because I don't have any idea about solution for a slow system.

Good luck!
 
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Might try using the followiing. www.ccleaner.com It is a small program that will clean all temporary/unneeded files from your system... Have used it for a couple of years now and have seen other 'moderators' here recommend it. In fact, I think I learned of it here.
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After using Ccleaner, do a defrag because constantly changing projects tends to fragment a hd all to hell.
 
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