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PC Hanging, Slow to boot etc

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2: Keep the computer running for 2-3 days without rebooting (use it normally during this time). Check at least twice a day free space on C. Write it down and report to us every day. We want to see if free space will get smaller as the computer is operating.

Please report how the computer is working now after about 20 days. Most important: is it working well performancewise? Second, what happened with the empty space on your disk. Did it drop as before? Did the drop, if occurred, influenced performance.

1. PC is very sluggish after say around 10-20mins now had a look at task manager when chrome is opened and it has 7 entries some using upto 60k of memory. Also i had uninstalled Auslogics Registry Fixer but keeps starting up.

2. C Drive is now 39.6gb and D Drive is now 107gb.
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I don't know what the problem with this computer is and reading the thread from the beginning I can't make much sense of what's going on. It looks to me that things are so messed up that any attempt to fix it is a waste of time.

My advice:

1: Reformat and reinstall the operating system.

2: Add RAM. Your RAM is very small and very little is left free for use.
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