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My internet connection is much slower - Help me


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hugofrazao

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I've been noticing that my internetc conection is gettins slower and slower. I have my anti virus up to date. I've run the anti-virus and there is no virus. I have the spyware doctor and it doesnt find any spyware.
I am no expert in computers and i dont know what to do.
Please help me...

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Try Tune Up Trial

http://www.tune-up.com

Run disc clean up then registry clean up then click optimize to run reg defrag, this takes a while and needs a reboot.

After the reboot, open tuneup then click optimize then system optimizer to run the optimizers for computer then internet, each need a reboot

You can do most of the cleaning manually by clicking start then control panel, network and internet, internet then internet options, click delete cookies then delete files, put a tick in include offline content, then click clear history.

Click start then all programmess then accessories then system tools, disc clean up, after running disc clean up, go to system tools and run disk defragmenter

Edited by Keith, 31 May 2005 - 05:25 PM.

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this might help you if ur internet keeps freezing


go to tools, internet options, programs then click manage add-ons then disable pblocker class it might not be their
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