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Malware free But still slow


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I have A 6 month old Dell computer XP Dimension 4700 and I went through the malware forum and did everything so my computer is clean. Is there anyway to spped it up. I have 528MB of ram and 146 Gb and only 12Gb are used. Any suggestions??
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I have A 6 month old Dell computer XP Dimension 4700 and I went through the malware forum and did everything so my computer is clean. Is there anyway to spped it up. I have 528MB of ram and 146 Gb and only 12Gb are used. Any suggestions??


http://www.stevengou...p/CleanUp40.exe

CleanUp! is an excellent tool to clear up some space. It clears all your temp. internet files.
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I already got that
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Try using a registry cleanup tool, and then you might want to optimize startup time by unchecking some of the useless programs out of MSCONFIG ( start/run/msconfig )
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what is a good registry cleanup tool? Link?
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Howdy:

Ever try doing a google or dogpile search for Registry Cleaners??

Or going to downloads.com or tucows.com and searching Registry Cleaners??

Murray
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Hey:

Thanks I got Error Nuker and it found around 600 problems thanks for the help


Merry Christmas.
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Is there anything else?
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Is there anything else?


Wuz up :)

Ye here are a few tools that will boost PC preformance:

RegistryFix v3.0
Advanced System Optimizer
CCleaner
TuneUp Utilities 2006
Ashampoo WinOptimizer Platinum Suite

These tools should make your computer speed up for sure... You will also find other tools at some of these sites.

Enjoy them... :tazz:
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sorry i am not looking for that type of sirius tools maybe less intense
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It would be very helpful if you were more specific about what you're needing/looking for, and less demanding. Also, I am aware of the situation yesterday where you were banned from our chat room for being abusive and rude towards our Staff. If this happens on the boards at any time, I will ban you from here, as well. The help we give here is free...but we can only help you as much as you help yourself. We need to know exactly what it is you're looking for, instead of you just repeatedly demanding to know "is there more?"
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well my computer is going slow and I am wondering if there is somthing that can speed it up. Also can i get back into chat i won't screw around again?
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