This problem may be caused by one of the options below:
Hard disk space is not enough. The leftovers of programs and bad files. Corruption of data.Windows updates drivers obsolete. Computer is overheating. System corrupt. Defective material.
Here are the steps to follow for users of Microsoft Windows which should help to speed up the computer or determine why the computer is slow.
If your computer has not been recently restart make sure restart before following any of the steps below.
Hard disk space is not enough
Verify that there is at least 200-500 MB of free space on your hard disk. This space allows the computer room for the swap file to increase in size as well as a room for temporary files.
Hard damaged or fragmented disk
Run ScanDisk or something equivalent to check that there’s nothing wrong to physically hard disk of the computer. Run Defrag to ensure that the data are arranged in the best possible order.
Context of programs
Remove or disable any TSR and startup programs that start automatically every time when the computer starts. To see what programs are running in the background and handset memory and CPU they use, open the Task Manager. If you are running Windows 7, run resmon to obtain a better understanding of how your computer is used. If you have an anti-virus scanner on the computer, the program of protection against spyware, or security of others, utility make sure it is not scanning on your computer in the background. Often, when these programs start to scan the computer, it can reduce the overall performance of your computer.
Today, spyware and malware are a major cause of computer problems, including many slow computers. Even if a virus scanner is installed on the computer, we recommend that a scan for malware on the computer. Use the free version of “Malwarebytes” to scan your computer against malicious software.
Verify that the Device Manager has no conflicts. If there are these problems because they might be the cause of your computer problems.
Update WindowsAssurez you that you have installed all the latest updates of Windows on the computer. If you are on the Internet when your computer is slow, also make sure that all plugins are updated.
Update your drivers
Make sure that you have updated to the latest version for your computer drivers, especially the latest graphics card drivers. The presence of out-of-date drivers can cause an assortment of questions.
Computer or processor is overheating
Make sure that your computer and the CPU is not overheating, excessive heat can cause a significant decrease in the performance of the computer, processors will even lower the speed of the processor automatically to help offset the heat of related issues.Dust, dirt, and hair can also strengthen a flow of air on your computer, which can also cause a computer to overheat. Make sure that your computer case is clean and the fans are not blocked
If you’ve had your computer for more than a year, it is likely that your computer does not meet the requirements of memory today.Determination of the amount of RAM is installed and available.
Run registry cleaner
Normally, we don’t recommend registry cleaners. However, if you have followed all the steps above and your computer is still slow, try to run a cleaner from registry on the computer.
Erase and start again
If none of the solutions above to solve your problems, it is recommended that you reinstall Windows or erase and start over.
If your computer is more than five years to accept that it is unlikely that the age of the computer that is the source that it is slow. Computers progress at an alarming rate as new programs and updates for the programs out their increase of the minimum requirements and will cause older computers to slow down. If your computer is more than five years, we suggest d ‘ buy a new computer or any sim