This is such a common thread that it is already obsolete. BUT! Other than the common "paste the log here" entries; just what are we looking for? I have been through the Start-Up programs, running services, etc.
Randomly my computer just stops to think. Open Firefox and everything starts to load up, then it stops to think about it. No cursor, no response, just wait. Snippet Tool just decided to take a vacation and no longer works. I have to contact "The Administrator." I am the Effin Administrator! At least I like to think so. I have given myself the power to do anything I want, but there are still things that I am told (by the all knowing Windows System) that I don't have permission for.
I have tried updating the drivers using "Fix-It Driver Repair" by VCOM (probably a POS). I have run MalwareBytes, CCleaner, Defrag, Registry Defrag, this that and the other thing. I have been through this forum a thousand times looking for answers and have tried all of those I saw that relate to my problem. But nothing changes. I see adds for "Make your computer run like new!"
"Just pay $150 forever and you have a brand new computer!"
Any body try that?
Just what in the $%^# am I supposed to look for? Something is slowing this system down. I have 8GB ram, 1 TB HD, Windows 7 Proffessional, AMD E-350, 1.60 GHz processor, 64 bit operating system, bleep hot computer that acts like a TRS-80. So what's the deal?
I am at the point of believing that Microsoft is purposely causing slow downs with their 87000 updates per year to keep the system "Safe." It seems there are 21 updates per week I have to download and install to keep me safe from security issues.
The worst thing is that I can't just re-install windows. I HAVE NO DISKS! We buy a computer and we get the software installed and Microsoft forgets we bought their software. If you try to contact Microsoft and get some sort of "Re-install" disk forget about it. Can we find Windows 7 professional on line? No f'in way. Spent the money, eat bleep!
I HATE MICROSOFT! I have no other choice. Yeah, Yeah. I can install Ubuntu, but what about Visual Studio and Microsoft Office? Unfortunately, my clients use these and I have to be compatible.
Thanks for letting me vent. I feel a whole lot better. Time for a beer.