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Computer has begun to run incredible slow


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agamer7809

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Just a few days ago I noticed my computer taking an awfully long time to load games and web pages up.  Granted, it took maybe 10 seconds at most to open up Youtube on chrome, that is still significant compared to it loading near instantaneously like it was before.  The first couple of days I kind of brushed it off thinking it was just the fact that I leave it on sleep mode when it's not in use, but today was different.  I booted up my pc to play a game with a friend and I noticed how incredibly slow it had really become.  I opened up task manager and say that 25% of my memory, I have 16gb (2x8gb) of ram, and that was with the games client open and chrome.  Now when I loaded into said game I only had about 50 fps at most when I always had 300+.  

The game isn't why I am here though.  Even when trying to find a solution myself,  I was waiting atleast 3 minutes for google to load search results for me.  Before someone says that it could be my internet connection,  I can 100% assure you that the internet connection was not the problem since I was the only one home at the time. 


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