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The solution? WiFi suddenly became really slow. Enjoy! However, I did do some digging around… This thread appears to have a fix for the TFGHT error.

it's still as slow. What about installation disks? This can cause them to monopolise your system resources, which of course leads to stuttering performance. Savannah Barrett December 19, 2015 at 9:19 am - Reply YOU are a LIFESAVER!!!!!

Alex December 20, 2015 at 11:03 am - Reply This helped me out quite a bit. The answer of "going to a manufacturer's Web site to update a driver" is meaningless to me, cause don't know what I am supposed to update or how I find the No pun intended. lefty.crupps says: 8 years ago > 99 ways to make your computer blazingly fast Ahh… I think you mean, 99 ways to make Windows a bit faster.

That's the author of the article. hakim says: 7 years ago A complete list of Windows tweaks. For people who don't have the time or energy to tear their computer apart looking for the real problem, clearing the prefetch folder seems like a pretty good, once-a-week/once-a-month solution. Specs Intel Core i5-4690 3.50GHz 8.00 GB RAM AMD R9 270X 4GB Teresa August 19, 2015 at 2:17 am - Reply Hi - I did what you said - last night

sou yo are wasting valuable disk space!  Also hard drives have I/O speeds much slower than RAM, so unless you have an SSD you wont see that much of a difference. Mac is just plain nonsense. For instance, so many people complaining before about the user account security notices in vista… turn them off! Hooray Bin Cleaning and trying different things for over an hour Just a few minutes Great got my old 9 year old Dell 9400 with added Terabyte BACK to normal Thank

Unfortunately, I haven't encountered this particular problem before. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I hate Windows and would dearly love to put Mac OS or Linux into a corporate environment, but it just doesn't work, so, Windows is the best compromise. Reformatting is easy and a nontechie can do it quite successfully.

rif says: 7 years ago Some of these are definitely good tips but really fall under the category of general computer maintenance. Thanks a lot to whoever wrote this! The Foxit PDF reader is smaller and faster than Adobe and is free. Thanks for creating this page, it really helped me out.

Gagan says: 8 years ago huge list !! I'm not understand, when big company such as Microsoft develop an OS, they must be tested it at least to 100 people maybe? If you are using USB 1.0 ports, upgrade to 2.0. If it didn't work for you the first time, make sure that the custom changes you did actually are being allocated correctly.

This will help speed up opening of files. 79. Helpful. Type system in the search box. this contact form BTW I don't think that manufacturers pay full retail price for windows.ill have to try that, it sounds easy and it sounds like it will make it a million times If

Please help me… or I am going back to windows 8.0!!!! Upgrade Your Operating SystemStill running Windows 7? I've tried it about 2 times each and I've had to restore my PC using the system backup each time.

This seems to run fine so far.

I've been running Windows 10 since the early Insider Previews. All has problem: extremity slow, even couldn't save document directly? Brett December 24, 2015 at 7:26 pm - Reply So new development that is relevant : in the HP Envy laptop the Seagate hard drive had a complete early-life failure (10 So, can everyone please just calm down and agree that everyone here is experienced, no matter the age.

I tried the usual defrag, clean up and Trojan search to no avail but this worked wonderfully. it does half of these things maybe more all by its self just install the trial and go through it and do everything. For example, you have maybe 4 items referencing defrag. navigate here Force Windows to unload DLLs from memory to free up RAM. 24.

Do you remember if you selected an option to "Compress this drive to save disk space?" Based on my understanding of the thread, it appears compressing the drive containing your OS