Speed up the Processor with Explorers.

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I want to speed up the working of the processor. Mostly, when I am working with Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, my processor responds very slowly. Let me know about the problem, that may cause this issue or any solution for this. I want to speed up the working of processor while I am working with more than 5 applications at a time. Can someone guide me on this issue?

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Answered By 120 points N/A #90564

Speed up the Processor with Explorers.

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I am facing the same problem.  Guide us to set this issue.

Answered By 0 points N/A #90565

Speed up the Processor with Explorers.

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Some times you use the websites having heavy traffic or contents. This may cause the problem you mentioned. For this you can remove the temp files from your system. When your cache will be free enough, it can load more files and also can handle the working of more than 20 applications at a time.

Answered By 410 points N/A #90566

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Waiting for the solution.

Answered By 150 points N/A #90567

Speed up the Processor with Explorers.

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I have done all these settings but the issue is the same. There is no problem with cache. Every time I delete the temp files, but the issue is that my processor is not responding, as the other processors of same capacity responds on my other computers.

What can be the issue?

Answered By 0 points N/A #90569

Speed up the Processor with Explorers.

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You can also solve this problem by increasing the storage capacity of your drive using Windows setup.

Answered By 150 points N/A #90570

Speed up the Processor with Explorers.

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Still, the same status of processor. I have 16 GB free of the drive you have mentioned. I am facing this issue from long time ago, finally I visited this useful and very informative site and posted this issue as a question here. Can any one guide me to solve this issue? It really disturbs my daily working tasks as well as performance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90572

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I have a very simple solution for your problem.  All you need to do, is to make the unused set up's of Windows idle, while you are working. You don’t have to take tension of finding idle setups, let it be on your computer system. Simple Click start menu, go to the “Run” and click on it. When the dialog box of Run appears, just copy paste the line given below and press OK.

Rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks

Enjoy the moments of getting solution.

Answered By 150 points N/A #90573

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Thanks a lot. I am very thankful for your kind help. It really works and converts my problem into a solution. I suggest this to all readers that try this once. Finding a solution is best part of getting information.

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