In the words of the great American poet Brian Wilson... "Help me Rhonda, help, help me Rhonda". Ok, you computer guys/gals are probably too young to know the song... but trust, me, that was some funny stuff.
My daughters computer is a small Toshiba running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. It has no CD drive so the hard drive is partitioned with the Windows installation software on it. I wiped the computer and then reinstalled Windows along with 239 important and optional updates. I removed the "junk" such as McAfee and Norton and have not installed anything else on the machine but it is still slow when clicking on icons to open items up.
I am not expert, because if I were... I wouldn't be on here asking for help... but think that whatever was downloaded made it to the other side of the partition and was still there when I reinstalled Windows. I have run Adwcleaner, SpyBot and Windows Defender but to no avail. I have run and uploaded the FRST log.
Now that you know my tale of woe, I say again, Help me Rhonda, help, help me Rhonda...