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Lightning_Alchemist
09-10-2009, 05:07 PM
It takes 5 minutes to start up, and in the past 30 minutes, I've logged out twice due to Failure to a program (at least!)

Kanye Omari West
09-10-2009, 05:08 PM
do a nice sweep and uninstall a bunch of fonts and programs.

kalinn
09-10-2009, 05:10 PM
never blame the computer, blame the user ^_^

Lightning_Alchemist
09-10-2009, 05:13 PM
do a nice sweep and uninstall a bunch of fonts and programs.Wish I could, but I can't.

I've uninstalled every single unimportant program, and this stupid program freezes up everytime I try to open a single file.

Lightning_Alchemist
09-10-2009, 05:47 PM
Okay, I have uninstalled evey single file that'll probly never be touched again, only on my account, because I'm the one that uses the computer the most, so hopefully after I uninstall another program, everything will be fine. ^-^

melly
09-10-2009, 07:15 PM
go to control panel and select performence and maintenance,
select "free up space on your hard disk"

It gets rid of all those old compressed files that slow the comp

Away236
09-10-2009, 07:24 PM
Use the disk defragmenter and the disk cleanup, both in the start menu, accessories, and system tools.

Garrett x50 cal
09-10-2009, 08:00 PM
Use folders.

beehdaubs
09-10-2009, 08:09 PM
Use folders.http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/pp110/bdubs2594/1251602964968.png
I don't think that would help much =l

Defragment your hard drive and run Disk Cleanup. Should be somewhere in the start menu. It greatly improves your system's performance. Also, if you have Vista, and an empty flash drive, plug the flash drive into your computer and you can convert it's space to pure virtual RAM which sometimes helps. It's called Ready Boost or something like that. A nice 4GB Flash Drive can convert about 3.6 of it's GB into virtual RAM.

Garrett x50 cal
09-10-2009, 08:12 PM
Use folders.http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/pp110/bdubs2594/1251602964968.png
I don't think that would help much =l

Defragment your hard drive and run Disk Cleanup. Should be somewhere in the start menu. It greatly improves your system's performance. Also, if you have Vista, and an empty flash drive, plug the flash drive into your computer and you can convert it's space to pure virtual RAM which sometimes helps. It's called Ready Boost or something like that. A nice 4GB Flash Drive can convert about 3.6 of it's GB into virtual RAM.No It wouldn't but It would clear it up and make it look more organized because if her computer is so slow with all of that junk it must be a mess.

beehdaubs
09-10-2009, 08:14 PM
Use folders.http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/pp110/bdubs2594/1251602964968.png
I don't think that would help much =l

Defragment your hard drive and run Disk Cleanup. Should be somewhere in the start menu. It greatly improves your system's performance. Also, if you have Vista, and an empty flash drive, plug the flash drive into your computer and you can convert it's space to pure virtual RAM which sometimes helps. It's called Ready Boost or something like that. A nice 4GB Flash Drive can convert about 3.6 of it's GB into virtual RAM.No It wouldn't but It would clear it up and make it look more organized because if her computer is so slow with all of that junk it must be a mess. Organizing files doesn't improve performance. Uninstalling and removing files does. Removing some programs that startup when the computer boots can help decrease startup time.

Garrett x50 cal
09-10-2009, 08:20 PM
No you're right, it doesn't help it perform. But I never said that what is DOES do is make it look more organized. :3 That's what I said/men't



Use folders.http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/pp110/bdubs2594/1251602964968.png
I don't think that would help much =l

Defragment your hard drive and run Disk Cleanup. Should be somewhere in the start menu. It greatly improves your system's performance. Also, if you have Vista, and an empty flash drive, plug the flash drive into your computer and you can convert it's space to pure virtual RAM which sometimes helps. It's called Ready Boost or something like that. A nice 4GB Flash Drive can convert about 3.6 of it's GB into virtual RAM.No It wouldn't but It would clear it up and make it look more organized because if her computer is so slow with all of that junk it must be a mess. Organizing files doesn't improve performance. Uninstalling and removing files does. Removing some programs that startup when the computer boots can help decrease startup time.

beehdaubs
09-10-2009, 08:21 PM
No you're right, it doesn't help it perform. But I never said that what is DOES do is make it look more organized. :3 That's what I said/men't



Use folders.http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/pp110/bdubs2594/1251602964968.png
I don't think that would help much =l

Defragment your hard drive and run Disk Cleanup. Should be somewhere in the start menu. It greatly improves your system's performance. Also, if you have Vista, and an empty flash drive, plug the flash drive into your computer and you can convert it's space to pure virtual RAM which sometimes helps. It's called Ready Boost or something like that. A nice 4GB Flash Drive can convert about 3.6 of it's GB into virtual RAM.No It wouldn't but It would clear it up and make it look more organized because if her computer is so slow with all of that junk it must be a mess. Organizing files doesn't improve performance. Uninstalling and removing files does. Removing some programs that startup when the computer boots can help decrease startup time.
Why are you quoting me for something I've never said...?