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does anyone have any good websites for a slow computer?

I have a really slow computer, and I want to go to fun websites. It does not load Disney Channel, Or webkinz, (Not that I like it, my brother does) Or anything like that. Please help.
And do not say that I should not buy a new computer… I am poor and I am borring this one from a friend.

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7 Responses to “does anyone have any good websites for a slow computer?”

  1. ironmaiden340 said:

    if its a mac visit i live by it i sent my iPhone in for repair once came back amazing

  2. juzy91 said:

    maybe u should just get a new computer idk 200$ for a p4????

  3. Its Meeee! said:

    there aren’t much you can do with your computer, I’m sorry but I think you should fix it,
    maybe go to best buy and tell them that it’s slow and they can provide you with a product that kills all the viruses.
    my laptop was doing the same thing and I went to best buy and they fixed because it had minor problems and then they gave me this computer program that warns me if there is a virus going on and it fixes it and now my computer is as good as new!

    here are some fun sites (from my point of view)
    you can play so many games that are free and some you can download with free trials

    for your brother
    maybe you can introduce him to
    its a virtual penguin world that’s all I know about it 😛

    its only $100
    compare to a new computer that like $700 plus.

  4. said:

    Its possible your computer is slow for a number of reasons, maybe to do with a low amount of RAM, lots or programs open, or a virus…
    Do not fear, kaspersky has an online-scanner which is completely free and it entirely Browser-Based. The only problem with it is that any threats it finds you must delete them manually, however its not a problem as it gives you the location of the viruses. This can be found at, and then click the top button for a full system scan.
    If that finds only some of the viruses and you delete them but are still not happy, then run NOD32 online scan completely free also. This can be found at

    Kaspersky and NOD32 are your best bet for anti-virus software, and i would strongly suggest you use Kaspersky Internet Security 09, and then online NOD32 scanner as a second-opinion (If you need it which is very unlikely).
    These scans can take a very long time, but other things can be done while scanning, so not to worry.

    On top of that, me and my team suggest you download MalwareBytes anti-malware and SuperAntiSpyware, and run a full scan with both seperately (Not at the same time).

    Your infection should now be gone.


  5. John L said:

    Do some maintenance.

    Keep it clean- Registry cleaner: Your registry holds all the information regarding updates, installs, uninstalls etc. so this needs to be cleaned. This will optimize and remove redundant or unwanted items.

    Keep it clear- Delete any unused or unnecessary programs and files. These may be taking up space, memory and resources, thus slowing your computer. Also delete your cashe/ temp files, empty your recycle bin, clear your internet browsing history, etc.

    Keep it organized- Defrag your hard drive. Fragmentation severely degrades the speed, performance and reliability of your computer. Try Diskeeper 2008, its automatic so you never have to worry about defragging anymore. You can download 30-day trial-ware at

    That should help speed it up

  6. Perfectest said:

    There are a several reasons why your computer is freezing/slow. First question is when the last time you cleaned your registry. Having a corrupted registry can cause a whole host of errors and problems. Freezing up is one of them. If you have a lot of unnecessary registry keys that are hogging up your computer resources. Your computer is bound to choke. Scan your registry with a good registry cleaner. If you pull up more than 20 errors or duplication, clean your registry.
    Go to: get one to free scan your pc

    2. Depending on your RAM specs and your computer usage. This could also be the issue. Having an insufficient amount of free space does not allow your RAM to function properly. If you are using a lot of RAM by net surfing or other activities without enough empty space your will get freezes. You don’t need to buy new RAM but you should increase your free space by removing unnecessary data and perhaps increasing your virtual memory. The below link will show you how.

    3. Spyware could be the culprit, so do a scan and see if your computer is infected.
    Get the best one from: to scan your computer.

    4. That last area is a hardware driver. This could be the problem if new hardware has been added to the system. So, the drivers should still be up to date. So try the first two suggestions and see if you can get your computer to stop freezing/speed up.
    Check your drivers. Hope this helps.
    Go to:
    learn how to fix it.

  7. Richboy109 said:

    I wrote a massive guide that guarantees that your computer will be alot faster. This will let you open up websites faster also!
    This is from my personal website. The reason i dont post it here is because its that big!

    If you like it please let me know!


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