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Created by softunis, 16 days ago, 314 views

My Pc is too slow. I have Windows 7!!!!My Pc is too slow!!!!!!!!!!!
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ha1416 days ago

@softunis

It can be hardware limitations, SSd hard drive are faster
-Infection
-too many Process
-Realtime antivirus proection???
- Aero effect!!

Optimize Windows for better performance
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15055/windows-7-optimize-windows-better-performance

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Aravi16 days ago

Hi @softunis

Wise 365 free edition twinkle pc very well. Try the same.

To remove malware scan with Malwarebytes.

Turn unwanted background programs.


Or all together try wise 365 pro version which comes with malware removal tool too.

Regards,

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Flyshield14 days ago

If Windows seems sluggish, you can restore good performance using these simple techniques. Here's how to speed up Windows and make your laptop or PC faster. See also: 5 ways to spring clean your computer
When you get a new laptop or PC, it always starts up and responds quickly. But as you install apps, games and fill up the hard drive with music, documents and photos it can slow down and even take minutes to start up. There are many things that can make Windows slow, but you should be able to restore most of its original speed without spending any money at all. But if your laptop or PC has a traditional hard drive rather than a modern SSD, then it can be well worth spending some money and buying an SSD: it's still the single most effective performance upgrade for most people. Jump straight to all hardware upgrades.
Regardless of your computer's hardware, there are various things you can do to speed up Windows, and here are our top tips.
How to speed up Windows: Get rid of start-up programs
Part of the reason why well-used PCs take so long to start is because of all the applications and utilities you've installed. Many automatically run when Windows starts up, yet most of them don't need to and should only use up resources when you actually need to use them.
At the right side of the taskbar, click the upwards-facing arrow to display the notification icons. Each is a program that loads with Windows. Some are essential - antivirus software for example - but others may not be. Right-click each one and if there is a Settings menu, select it and turn off the option to start automatically with Windows. Some programs, such as Google Drive, can be manually started when they are needed instead of running all the time.
To disable all the other programs and 'helpers' apps which start with Windows, press Windows+R and type msconfig and click Ok. Select the Services tab, tick ‘Hide all Microsoft services' and see what's left. There may be services you can live without and clearing the tick box prevents them from running. For example, Firefox works perfectly well without the Mozilla Maintenance Service.
On the Startup tab (use Task Manager - right-click on the taskbar and choose Task Manager - in Windows 8 and Windows 10 to find this), are lots of programs that start with Windows. Knowing what to disable isn't easy, but you can use Google to search for items and see if they are necessary, useful or neither of those. Windows 10 helpfully tells you how much impact each program has on performance:
For programs which have a high start-up impact, you can right click and disable them.
Degfragging
Recent versions of Windows automatically defragment the disk, but Microsoft's tool is basic and there are better defragmenters that boost performance even more. Programs including O&O Defrag are good, but IObit's Smart Defrag 5 is nearly as good and is free. Bear in mind that you should only use one of these if your PC has a traditional mechanical hard drive. If it has an SSD, don't use such utilities on them, but if you have both, only use a defragger on the hard disk.
Check for malware and other nasties
It’s advisable to run a system scan to ensure that there are no erroneous pieces of software causing harm and slowing down your machine. If you rely on Windows Defender for your security then you’ll need to go to the Start Menu>Settings>Update and Security>Windows Defender then in the right hand panel scroll down until you see Open Windows Defender. Click this and then in the next window on the right hand side there are options to run a Quick, Full, or Custom scan. Make sure you won’t need your PC for a little while and opt for the Full version. Then click on Scan now. If Windows finds anything untoward it will let you know and suggest ways to deal with the issue.
If you use another antivirus package, such as AVG, Norton, McAfee, or similar, you’ll need to launch the program and find the option to perform a system scan. They are usually very easy to discover.
Adjust the amount of Virtual Memory Windows uses
Another quick fix for a PC that’s slowing down is allowing Windows to use more Virtual Memory. Follow our
How to Adjust the amount of Virtual Memory your system uses
guide to address this common problem.
Tame the visual effects
Windows 10 is quite a pretty operating system, with various animations used throughout. While these visual effects afford a sense of style they can also be a source of ponderance on machines that are a little older. Thankfully they are easy to turn off.
Open the Windows Start Menu and type advanced system settings and select the top result. In the window that appears there is a section marked Performance, with a button for Settings. Click this and a list of the various visual effects will appear. You can either untick the ones you think might be problematic, or simply select the Adjust for best performance option at the top. Remember to click OK to save the changes.

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Achaturvedi4 days ago

What is your pc configuration..??

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