My computer seems to running really slow than before

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My PC is running too slow. I have installed an old 320  IDE hard disk along with a new SATA 500 GB Hardisk. My PC  RAM is 4 GB and the processer is  1.2 GHZ( Dual Core). Will the speed increase if I use only one type of Hard Disk?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #103650

My computer seems to running really slow than before

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Hey Amber!

After reading the specs of your computer it does not seems that you are facing the slow speed problem. Anyways if you are facing it, there are some solutions and tips for you.

First of all let me clear you that both IDE and SATA hard drives does not affect the speed of computer. However you must boot from the SATA hard drive to take the benefits of SATA hard disk.

Now come to the Slow speed problem. Sometimes there are many processes which does run in the background but we cannot see them. these processes can become the cause of slow speed. You can use Tune-up utilities software that will help you in optimizing your system speed. It will recover the lost registry, kill the unknown process etc.

Just start the routine startup once in a week.

You will not face slow speed problem anymore.

Thanks

Answered By 0 points N/A #103652

My computer seems to running really slow than before

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Hello Amber Starring, the slow speed issue on your PC's spec is not commonly possible the way you are looking. It might be the cause of your space left on your Windows installed drive (commonly c: drive) try to free up some space in OS installed drive. The reason for freeing up space is to give the services and background application to work smoothly and freely without the hectic of memory low pop ups. You try your luck with your way to remove either hard disk and check if it resolves otherwise go for the Defragmenting the drive for the boost up of the file access. Hope it solves your problem. Thank you

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