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what are these and how can i remove them, i think they are the reason that my computer is running slow
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The Perflib subkey stores configuration data for the Windows Performance Library, which collects and organizes data for performance tools, such as System Monitor.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/262335

Unlikely you will delete them as they are in use

In the temp folder you may have problems deleting anything prefaced with ~
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it does say that a program is running so how do i find what is running and stop it?
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They are there because Windows is running

Switching the PC off is the only sensible way

Why do you say the PC is running slowly?
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