Windows 7 PC Responds very slowly

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My Windows 7 PC has an Intel Core i3 550 CPU with a processing power of 3.20 GHZ. It also has a 4GB RAM. The problem is that this computer is so slow for no reason at all. Installing an application is a nightmare since you have to wait for a couple of hours. Streaming a video leads to lags all through even though my internet connection is 45Mbps. Please help me find a solution for this.

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Windows 7 PC Responds very slowly

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PC gets slowed down due to many reasons. First and most important is to make sure your system is sufficient hardware, they are working properly as well. System speed depends upon the processor and RAM.



Other ways to boost up PC are mentioned here:



1) Clean your desktop, remove unwanted applications if your desktop is dotted with files.



2) For error check, scan your system. In Window 7 we have facility to auto check our system for errors.



3) Turn off unneeded desktop features, if you're using Windows 7 click on Start button, Control Panel, select System and Security and click on Advance System Setting. Go to Performance Option and check in the box 'Adjust for best performance'.



4) Perform Disk Cleanup and Disk Defragment after some days/weeks for better performance of your PC.



5) Uninstall unused programs, Go to control panel, uninstall a program and delete applications that are no longer needed. Removing programs will free up space on your computer.



6) Properly scan your computer for malware, spyware and adware by using anti-virus software.



7) Limit the number of files in each folder.



8) Empty the Recycle Bin,



9) Run 'Error check' on all drives by right clicking on the drive, in Properties, select Tools and 'Check now' 

Answered By 0 points N/A #186051

Windows 7 PC Responds very slowly

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Slow performance can be caused by various issues with your personal computer. It may be due to low disk pace, virus and malware, unresponsive applications and also overheating of your processor. To check for virus and malware run your antivirus and select scan the whole computer for any virus. If you have not anti virus installed on your computer I would recommend you buy either AVG, Kasperskey or Esset anti virus. They offer the best user interface to are user friendly. 

Alternatively download a tune up utility software of your choice and run it to scan for junk files, unresponsive programs and it also help you uninstall programs that you don't need. This help in increasing the performance of your machine.

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