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Old 12-12-2011, 05:08 PM  
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OP posted this almost 6 mos ago and it was probably to link spam on his post. I doubt we hear back from him.



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Whoops. Sorry. Pain to read the date on my phone some times.



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Old 02-13-2012, 01:57 AM  
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You can delete cookies from the control panel.And do not keep large files on the desktop.Save it in the drives.If then also your system doesnt speed up then go for formattin...

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Download and run CCleaner
The quickest and easy way with out upgrading ram

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You need to remove the cookies from your browser once in a week. You have to perform disk cleanup and defragmantaion to speed up your PC. Sometimes this problem occurs due to RAM. So you can increase the RAM.
Ccleaner does all that with out having to open a million windows.
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there a number of factors involved but the best way is to add more ram,

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Or delete useless programs.

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Just drop it off a bridge, it'll do 120mph before it goes splat!!

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The best way to speed up is to add some additional RAM. You will find a massive change in the speed.

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Lots of good advice in these posts! You got good stuff.

I swear by a utility program (easy to get) called CCleaner (see pirform.com) which cleans all those nasty files very fast. It also fixes Registry errors (common problem with slow computers). My computer guy got it for me and I am extremely happy with it.



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