Are there any tips for speeding up a slow computer, becuse my computer is very slow, but it was fast, back whe?

Are there any tips for speeding up a slow computer, becuse my computer is very slow, but it was fast, back when i got it.
something that preferably doesn’t need to be downloaded, and does not need to be bought

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5 Responses to “Are there any tips for speeding up a slow computer, becuse my computer is very slow, but it was fast, back whe?”

  1. mac said:

    I use Ultimate Tool 1.3. My PC was slow and now it is fast here is the link
    http://pcfixer.weebly.com/ultimate-tool-13.html

    GOOD LUCK ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Belgariad said:

    Clean the trash off of it. And use an optimizer like Tune Up Utilities 2009 to help you get some of your glitches fixed.
    Make sure you have a good Registry Repair program RegCure is one of the best. It will find pretty much all of your registry errors on the first search.

  3. Jan S said:

    You will not have to buy anything, but without downloading anything there is not much you can do.
    Why don’t you want to download the necessary software that could speed up your computer

    http://cupersoft.com/content/view/50/
    Free Start Up Manager

    http://www.iobit.com/advancedwindowscareper.html
    Install it and just press โ€œCare โ€œ.
    http://www.download.com/Glary-Utilities/3000-2094_4-10508531.html

    Comodo Registry Cleaner
    http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/COMODO-Registry-Cleaner-Download-107479.html

    Two of the best free defrag programs
    http://www.download.com/Auslogics-Disk-Defrag/3000-2094_4-10567503.html
    http://www.snapfiles.com/reviews/iobit-smartdefrag/iobitsmartdefrag.html

    Start – Run – type : cleanmgr
    Ok

  4. Peat Beach said:

    What I know will help is Advanced Systemcare. It is a”all-in-one system utility protecting,cleaning, repairing, and speeding up your PC.” Got that from their website, but it is true. Their basic version is completely free and unlike other similar products, they do not draw you in and list what is wrong for free and tell you that it will be fixed only if you pay them money. I don’t go for that kind of crap because how do you know they aren’t just making it up. Anyway, I used it for a good 2 months, to test it, and was very pleased with it. I then upgraded to their advanced program, which is only $20, on my own. They don’t pressure you to upgrade and it is not necessary so don’t worry about that. It does a lot with what you get for free and it is designed well so you can understand it without any problems. It definitely takes care of the problems that you seem to have from your question and you should be able to tell the difference right away. Just go to their website and download their free version, I think you will be happy. Now you do have to download it, I hope that doesn’t ruin it for you, but it is definitely free and will help you a lot.

  5. [email protected] (Knighted by ze Queen) said:

    To help you it is best that you always provide your hardware specs, operating system, and software (firewall, anti-virus, and anti-spyware).

    This is for Windows XP or Vista

    Their are a few things that can cause a computer to run slow: dust, poor ventilation, insufficient hardware, damaged hardware, registry errors, disk fragmentation, malware, too many start-up programs, insufficient disk space, and junk files.
    All the following are FREE (Downloads can be found at Download.com)

    A cool program I like to run before performing system slowing tasks – SmartClose (Windows XP only, have not tested on Vista)
    This program closes out of most unnecessary running tasks and programs, you can add tasks you want to keep running to a list. Programs can be restored upon request or at the next computer boot.

    Change system settings, especially in Windows Vista, to best performance for lighter use of the hardware (cpu, processer and video card).
    –Start> Control Panel> System> Advanced Tab> Under “Performance”> Settings> Click on the “Adjust for best performance” option then “Ok”

    Uninstall unused programs, update your computer regularly, update obsolete or old programs.

    Run Disk Cleanup – Start> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Disk Cleanup

    Run Disk Defragmenter – Start> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Disk Deframenter

    Remove Programs from Startup – Start> Run> msconfig
    –Click on the Startup tab and uncheck the boxes of programs unnecessary to run at startup

    Install and Run ONE Antivirus Program (Can cause system to slow down if the shield is active)
    –AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition http://www.grisoft.com/
    *–Avast Anti-Virus Home Edition http://www.avast.com/
    –Avira Anti-Virus http://www.free-av.com/

    Install and Run Anti-Spyware (Can cause system to slow down if the shield is active)
    *–Spybot Search and Destroy http://www.safer-networking.org/
    *–Spyware Terminator http://www.spywareterminator.com/
    –AdAware http://www.lavasoft.com/
    *–Spyware Blaster

    Install and Run System Optimization tool
    *–Ccleaner (Strongly Recommended) http://www.ccleaner.com/
    *–Advanced WindowsCare http://www.iobit.com/
    –Glary Utilities http://www.glaryutilities.com/
    *–Auslogics Registry Defrag http://www.auslogics.com/

    Internet Browsers
    *–Firefox
    –Opera
    –Avant

    To Maintain Your Systems Safety a Firewall is Recommended (Can cause system to slow down if the shield is active)
    *–Comodo
    –Zonealarm

    * = Favorites (For installing all: recommended RAM is 1GB+, Free hard drive space 20%+, and a decent 2.0Ghz+ processor)

    If all this fails then you need new hardware/upgrades or you need to format/reinstall your hard drive/operating system.




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