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hello everyone. i love to download but i don't know what is the best free software to clean all the cookies and registry files. my laptop always lag this past few days and suddenly "this version of windows is not genuine" appear on bottom left of my wallpaper. i've installed paid anti virus internet security for my laptop. so what should i do? my windows 7 home premium is genuine because i bought asus
 

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You love to download what and from where?

What security-related programs are currently installed in your computer?

Did Windows 7 Home Premium come pre-installed in your computer?

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i don't know what is the best free software to clean all the cookies and registry files.
The best free software to clean registry files is NONE. Windows does a fairly decent job of "cleaning" up obvious problems.

Don't know what you mean by "clean" cookies, but any software to do that would be browser specific and I wouldn't trust it. Why not just "clean" them yourself?
 
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hello everyone. i love to download but i don't know what is the best free software to clean all the cookies and registry files. my laptop always lag this past few days and suddenly "this version of windows is not genuine" appear on bottom left of my wallpaper. i've installed paid anti virus internet security for my laptop. so what should i do? my windows 7 home premium is genuine because i bought asus
Try reinserting the product key from the COA sticker on your system.

How to Change Windows 7 Product Key
 

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last night my laptop hang for such a long time until i can't be bothered anymore so i just switch oi off by pressing the power button. but today when i want to switch it on, i was very difficult. i need to switch on and off for a few times until it really can be switched on. suddenly the non genuine on bottom left of the wallpaper had already gone. but now the problem is my laptop keep lagging. when i want to reply to this post it was also lagging. everything i want to do it will lag before it will load
 

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You love to download what and from where?

What security-related programs are currently installed in your computer?

Did Windows 7 Home Premium come pre-installed in your computer?

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i love to download practically from everywhere....torrent, direct download, and everything...i have trend micro titanium internet security installed in my laptop....i bought the paid one....my windows 7 comes pre-installed...the guy at the shop where i bought my laptop help to install my windows
 

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The best free software to clean registry files is NONE. Windows does a fairly decent job of "cleaning" up obvious problems.

Don't know what you mean by "clean" cookies, but any software to do that would be browser specific and I wouldn't trust it. Why not just "clean" them yourself?
how to clean them myself? sorry but i'm a bit lacking in doing all this stuff lol
 

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how to clean them myself? sorry but i'm a bit lacking in doing all this stuff lol
I do not know what it means to "clean" cookies. People sometimes remove all cookies or particular cookies that are suspected to be causing a problem.
 

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i love to download practically from everywhere....torrent, direct download, and everything...i have trend micro titanium internet security installed in my laptop....i bought the paid one....my windows 7 comes pre-installed...the guy at the shop where i bought my laptop help to install my windows
Download and save and then install the free version of

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.70.0.1100

SUPERAntiSpyware 5.6.0.1014

Make sure to update their definition files during the install process.

Make sure to uncheck and decline to install any extras, such as toolbars and homepages, they may offer.

Make sure to uncheck and decline to use the "Pro" or "Trial" version, if it's offered.

After they're installed and updated, restart the computer.

Run a QUICK scan with each of them.

When each scan is finished, select and remove EVERYTHING they found.

Restart the computer, if prompted to, so the removal process can finish.

Note: DON'T use the computer while each scan is in progress.

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kokolily

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sorry guys but my laptop suddenly took a very long time to load....when i switch on my laptop. the starting windows page freeze for about 15-20 minutes until it will able to completely load...and whyen i want to open internet browser or any file folder, it will hang or become not responding...practically my laptop can't do any job...right now i'm using my home pc because my laptop can't be switch on...i tried to launch the startup reapir but nothing happen...what should i do now?
 

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i've run the startup repair...it says "windows cannot repair this computer automatically". when i viewed the diagnostic and repair details it says "unspecified changes to system configuration might have caused the problem"...maybe because the windows is not genuine once appear on bottom right of my wallpaper? but later that message was gone
 
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