Why My Computer Works So Slow ?

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If your computer is older more than five years then the age of your computer could be the reason of the slow performance. Computers are advance in technology and capabilities and newer, more advanced software programs come out to run properly on the new computers. Older computers are not able to run the new programs which can cause them to slow down your computer. If your computer is older than five years then we suggest you to buy a new computer or accept that.

All the below options are the common reasons to make your computer slow

1. To many programs at a time

It is common for the users to download applications, utilities, and other programs that run in the background. The more programs that are running whether you see them or not the less “attention span” your computer has to do other things which you are asking it to do.

First of all avoid downloading more than one anti-malware program, web browser-helpers, or applications that claim to “speed up” your internet or your computer, as each one added will slow down your performance. It’s good to uninstall programs that you do not use to increase your machine’s processing speed.

2. Virus

Virsu is a piece of code, which replicate themself on every start in the background on other normal code. Every attemp completed successfully is called as the infection. At the Begin user don’t see any problems, but later computer will be slower. Every virus in a computer uses more RAM memory, to sad finale.
It can be blue screen, a total shutdown also called blue screen of death.

3. Enough free RAM

Ram (Random access memory) is what your computers uses or temporary working and thinking space. The more programs you run at a time the more RAM is been used which will make your computer slow. To make your computer run faster, run fewer programs at a time or upgrade your RAM.

4.Trojan horse

This code produces a semblance of legal software, doing useful things but working in the background to the detriment of computer. Its aim is using permissions of user , of which one account has been installed. Can be dangerous.

5. Malware infection

Internet slowdowns and slow computer operation can be a symptom of an infection. To find out if you have a malware problem use an antivirus and antispyware application to find and clear it.

6. Insufficient Hard drive space

Due to lack of hard disk space often affects the older computers that do a video editing or design work. Once the hard disk are filled up, the computer no longer has the ability to manipulate files. The computer will slow down, eventually becoming unusable.

7. Restart your computer

Every once in a while, it is a good idea to restart your computer. A computer cannot complete some of its updates until you restart. Restarting your computer can also free up memory resources tied up by buggy programs.

8. Get a static IP address

Another trick for speeding up your computer loading time is to give your computer a static IP address that never changes. When you startup your computer, it spends a decent amount of time asking the network for an IP address. Not only does having a static IP address make the network easier to manage particularly if you have several devices using the same network, but it also cuts time off your startup.

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3 thoughts on “Why My Computer Works So Slow ?

  • February 22, 2015 at 3:52 am
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    With the static IP, you8 can also use Google’s (or any other that is the fastest in your location) DNS nameservers, just a small inprovement.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 3:38 am
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    I would appreciate if you people will use simple terminologies and break it down to the dummies/beginners like us…bear in mind some of us are Apple users, unless your site is only geared for window users and etc…

    Merci bokou ¿

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