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Slow computer even after getting rid of MS Antispyware 2009, what should I do?

My internet works perfectly fine but the system it self and the CPU usage is always extremely high. I downloaded AVG Free 8.0, Normal Malware Cleaner, CCleaner, and Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware to get rid of MS Antispyware 2009 and those 4 programs are still downloaded onto my computer. Should I get rid of some of them to speed it up?

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5 Responses to “Slow computer even after getting rid of MS Antispyware 2009, what should I do?”

  1. Tofus said:

    They are not memory resident programs, havng them does not slow down the PC, something else is wrong or still infected.

  2. Kyle J said:

    Thats akward those are the same programs(antivirus ones) i had on my comp, and now I have one that takes up even more space and its fast. just shuts down slow. maybe try deleteing some of the programs I guess or put that CCleaner to good use.

  3. ScienceMikey said:

    You can find out which process is sucking up CPU cycles, for starters.
    * Press the [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Delete] keys simultaneously (the “three-finger salute”) to bring up the Task Manager.
    * Check the box marked “Show all users” near the bottom of the pane.
    * Left-click TWICE on the column heading marked “CPU” –this sorts the tasks by CPU usage.
    * The task with the HIGHEST CPU usage will be at the TOP of the list.
    If the high-usage task is unknown to you, plug its name into a search engine to find out more.

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  4. Pcfaster said:

    You can search which process full use you cpu, and end the process.

    Under steps:
    1. right click on the TaskBar.
    2. click the Task Manager.
    3. click the processes tab.
    4. double click the CPU.
    5. find if the “System Idle Process” is max.
    6. if not right click and click end process of max process.
    if you cannot end this process. Perhaps your pc infected spyware/adware.
    Use the tool: http://toptenantispywareviews.com

  5. he's dead, jim said:

    security programs shouldn’t slow down your computer as long as you don’t run all of them at the same time.

    you can also check if some of the ms antispyware 2009 files are still on your computer; here’s msantispyware removal tutorial: http://www.spywarevoid.com/remove-ms-antispyware-2009.html




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