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south20082005

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when I open one application program,computer runs slowly in particular.
Is it because the compacity of c disk is smaller and smaller?
Now the compacity of my computer only remains half of it originally.
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Start/All Programs/Asscesories/System Tools/Disk Defragmenter

Run the above...Disk's data gets scrambled from installing/uninstalling proggies...Defragment will improve seek times dramatically..

HTH
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Click start, all programmes, accessories, system tools, disc clean up, run this, then if your system is running well, press more options and , press clean up system restore points, click OK

Return to system tools, run disk defragmenter.

Click start, my computer, view system information, advanced, performance, settings, advanced, click change in virtual memory, put the dot in system manged size, press set, press OK.

Reboot and run the PC to see if it has improved
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A disk cleanup and defrag would surely help. Gud Luck.

Here's a link on optimizing your computer performance
http://www.microsoft...ted/speed.mspx/
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