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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by v0xp0puli101, Dec 27, 2012.

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  1. v0xp0puli101

    v0xp0puli101 Thread Starter

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    hello out there!

    this may sound silly, but some of our units here in the office, are slow.
    slow on processes.
    we're quite having a hard time figuring out, because it randomly happens, say occasional.
    we're running windows 7 pro, with updates as well as the anti virus. net is good/stable with static IPs.
    also, most users are only using MS Office, Word & Excel, and minimal web browsing since it's filtered with fortinet.
    any suggestions, advised or help will be highly appreciated, especially that some users are impatient, and would just reboot the units immediately.

    thanks

    happy new year to all!!! :D
     
  2. Lance1

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    Have you tried resmon from Start "Search Programs and Files" to see what processes are being using? This way you can narrow down the application that is the culprit and eliminate the problem app.

    Just my two cents worth.:D

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  3. v0xp0puli101

    v0xp0puli101 Thread Starter

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    hi,

    it's just kind of weird, because at one point like, one unit comes slow on MS Excel, then the next day on IE, or just opening files, or sometimes even on idle; it hungs-up. also on connecting a shared printer, like it disconnects at some time.
    we already ran msconfig and disabled all unwanted apps to start.

    any suggestion for third party app might help?

    thanks. :)
     
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