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Windows 7 Ultimate Problem





RoylanM
I'm currently running windows 7 ultimate and it's take more time than it should to open programs and applications, can anyone please help?
Peterssidan
Have you checked the Windows Task Manager to see if some program is using too much CPU or if you run out of memory?
cybersa
May be some program runs on background always.
Check your Start up list.
sguthrie
RoylanM wrote:
I'm currently running windows 7 ultimate and it's take more time than it should to open programs and applications, can anyone please help?


One of the modules in Glary's Utilities allows you to see what's running at startup. It can be found at http://www.glarysoft.com/glary-utilities/ or at www.ninite.com.
johans
RoylanM wrote:
I'm currently running windows 7 ultimate and it's take more time than it should to open programs and applications, can anyone please help?


I think you have many services enable which is not you are using.
badai
32 or 64 bit?what's your cpu and RAM capacity?
Chronoglide
cybersa wrote:
Check your Start up list.

This is the best answer. Your computer might be loading up unnecessary bloatware when it starts, thus making the whole computer go slower.
Ccleaner has a feature that shows what you have set and allows you to modify it.
johans
i have also seen very useful information.
anshkathuriaweb
remove startup programs from msconfig
goto run
type msconfig
goto startup tab
remove/uncheck unwanted processes
dabyd64
Also run services.msc and checl what services are running.
You can disable Windows Search, it just indexes everything and makes computer really slow sometimes.
Any service not related to your Antivirus or firewall can be disabled.
After a reboot you will see!
If something goed wrong, its very easy to fix, open the services again and re-enable the services.
If you suspect any operating system corruption you may run "sfc /scannow".
It will scan and repair all system files
ProfessorY91
Chronoglide wrote:
cybersa wrote:
Check your Start up list.

This is the best answer. Your computer might be loading up unnecessary bloatware when it starts, thus making the whole computer go slower.
Ccleaner has a feature that shows what you have set and allows you to modify it.


It is the best answer. And the quickest way to fix a slow PC. Use WindowsKey + R, or the "Run" dialog in the start menu to access msconfig, by simply typing "msconfig". However, CCleaner isn't what it used to be.

Under the startup tab, disable things manually. Avoid disabling things that are labeled as drivers. If you accidentally disable something that you shouldn't have, you can reenable it by booting your computer into safe mode.

Good luck.
Zarzelius
Im sorry guys , but before we know what kind of pc he has, we cant say "this is the best answer".What if he is running an old core 2 duo with 1g DDR1 ram? old HD could be also the problem.
Id say to post your computer specs, and then we can work from there.Anything said before knowing that is just wild guess.
malaz
keep your desktop and operating system clear
korryaldrin
Please boot to Safe Mode, and change your resolution to what is supported.

Start your computer in safe mode
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Start-your-computer-in-safe-mode

Another method is to restore the system or boot in Last Known Good configuration.

If the graphic driver could not be installed sucessfully, please contact manufacture for assistance.
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