Saturday, October 2, 2010

How to speed up slow Windows 7 computer?

Nowadays, a great many people have a Windows 7 computer. You may meet some troubles while you have used this Windows 7 system for a period of time. The problem is that your Windows 7 computer runs more and more slowly. Many people ask the questions about the slow computer problems. I have already provided some useful tips for you to speed up your PC.

How to speed up slow Windows 7 computer?

1. Eliminate virus, trojan and spyware. If your computer is deathly slow and gets 100% CPU usage often, you should run a security scan immediately. Some virus or spyware would disguise one of the system running processes such as rundll32.exe, svchost.exe to attack your system. Windows XP slow performance can be rescued by eliminating infection files.

2. Remove unneeded programs on the computer startup. Are you sure you want to run all the programs on the startup every time when you power your computer on? If not, I strongly recommend you remove those unwanted programs which absolutely will slow down the PC performance. You do not need to abide the slow startup speed after you terminate startup programs. You will find your Windows XP slow performance has been speeded up at least 30%.

3. Defragment the fragments on your hard disk.

While you add or remove some files or programs, some of them become fragmented all over the hard drives. As a result, your PC runs so slow. Disk Defragmenter can speed up your slow computer by physically putting fragmented data files back together in your hard disk. To access Defrag, click Start> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Disk Defragmenter

4. Erase invalid Windows registry entries.

Most of Windows 7 computer slowdown and other problems are related to Windows registry. For instance, while you add or remove a program on your hard disk, the Windows registry will be changed and these processes will leave over the WIndows corrupted or invalid registry entries. When these registry entries are overloaded, this will definitely cause your PC to slow down. In order to speed up your PC, you have to clean up these empty registry entries. It is not recommended you to manually repair the Windows registry due to the Windows registry is so complicated. The best way is to download and install the free registry tool or registry cleaner which can effectively detect and repair the registry errors with ease.

#courtesy to jery bool (

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