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#1 henry_8

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 11:47 PM

Hey i need one help, I browse almost 12 hours a day, what happens when i continuously use more than 10 hours in a day, system gets very slow, i have 2gb ram capacity, dual core processor higher end. I went to run command type %temp% and deleted all the temp files and i click disk cleanup and cleaned it up, still its running slow, do i have to reinstall the operating system? any suggestions welcome and thanks

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Posted 21 October 2009 - 01:35 AM

The problem is that the 2GB of Ram will fill up when you use your pc 12 hours a day and of course, it depends what programs you use. Every time that you open a program, the program loads from the hard disk, to the RAM for quick access.

To solve the problem, Or buy more RAM, OR go to Task Manager and terminate all the processes that are not useful, be careful to not terminate any windows process or the pc could not function well.

Another option is, restart the pc every 5 hours or so, or when the pc gets slow, so it refreshes the RAM.

And how long did you last reinstall the operating system?

Hope that helps

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Posted 21 October 2009 - 02:34 AM

I do not have any suggestions but i use my computer for that many hours on many days and do not experience that. I only reboot my system once a week at most and I do not have anywhere as much ram as you do, nor do I have as fast of a processor

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 09:02 AM

I do not have any suggestions but i use my computer for that many hours on many days and do not experience that. I only reboot my system once a week at most and I do not have anywhere as much ram as you do, nor do I have as fast of a processor


Yeah, I use my computer all day right now cause I dont have school for now. But mine is a gaming pc, and I play heavy games, run heavy softwares, never slowed down :thumbsup:

I think a clean windows installation should clear your problem. For how long have you done a clean windows installation?

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Posted 23 October 2009 - 03:15 AM

The problem is that the 2GB of Ram will fill up when you use your pc 12 hours a day and of course, it depends what programs you use. Every time that you open a program, the program loads from the hard disk, to the RAM for quick access.

To solve the problem, Or buy more RAM, OR go to Task Manager and terminate all the processes that are not useful, be careful to not terminate any windows process or the pc could not function well.

Another option is, restart the pc every 5 hours or so, or when the pc gets slow, so it refreshes the RAM.

And how long did you last reinstall the operating system?

Hope that helps


Hey thanks for your time to help me, Yes i do sometimes work with the task manager most of the time, i try to remove this svchost file it automatically shutdown the computer within 60 seconds.




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