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I just bought a Dell E1505 with some of the most advanced technology, but now am finding that the computer freezes after starting up more often than not. I have been able to use it occasionally, and have seen that about 65 processes are running. In my experience that is way too many, but I don't know on a new computer like this. Please help me get this computer running to its potential: as fast as possible! (Just quickly, shouldn't my duo core processor be much faster than pentium M?) Thanks for any support you can offer.
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You have virus's get anti virus, anti spyware and adware revovers. Search google for them.
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Is that possible having had this system for only two days and it starting out like that?
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Well if ou scan it anyway to be sure. If you bring up the processes then take a screen shot then post it here i can look and maybe help more.
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You can also go HERE to see what each process is and does. it will also tell you if you can delete it or not.

Like Haz said, do a scan with your antivirus and anti malware programs.
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Here are two images; the list was too long to fit on one screen:

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