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Help speeding up my computer


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Aiwendel

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Hello I have an image here showing all the system processes running on my computer and I hope someone will look through it and tell me what I can safely disable and possibly remove.
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Any help is apriciated, :whistling:

Edit: let me tell a littlebit about what I use my computer for.
Basically all I do is play videogames and surf the web with firefox. Every now and then I get some music from bit comet.
I see some processes like Itunes and stuff which I'm not using and I cant find it on my computer to delete it either.
Also I anticipate theres a lot of other stuff there I dont need.

Edited by Aiwendel, 10 April 2006 - 01:44 AM.

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Jazmeen

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I'm no computer wizz of nuthing I mean I havelike a big prob with my computer right now but (this opion is completely my own and probably not correct :whistling: ) i think you can buy something to add to your computer to make its thingy go faster or soething you'll have to get someone to confirm that. =) >;]]
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Aiwendel

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I'm no computer wizz of nuthing I mean I havelike a big prob with my computer right now but (this opion is completely my own and probably not correct :blink: ) i think you can buy something to add to your computer to make its thingy go faster or soething you'll have to get someone to confirm that. =) >;]]

Yeah but I'm not really lookin to upgrade my computer.
Just trying to figure out what I can safely delete to speed it up :whistling:
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coachwife6

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go to http://startuplist.geekstogo.com/ to see which items you can live without at start-up. :whistling:
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