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Versión actual por: julian mia ,

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when a computer gets slow it is a pain and i know how that feels so what we can do to fix this issue try these simple steps -
1-just remove all unwanted startup programs they slow down the computer boot
2-remove all unwanted software using any software remover tool like revo uninstaller
3. check the computer R.A.M if possible please change or upgrade it .
-4- for windows 10 or windows 8 user i would say visit [https://www.speedupacer.com/|https://goo.gl/Lzx3al]
+4- for windows 10 or windows 8 user i would say visit [https://goo.gl/Lzx3al|https://www.speedupacer.com/]
Open Start Menu and find the Control Panel. Click on it.
Here in the Control Panel, go to the Search field at the top-right of the window and type Performance. Now hit Enter.
Now find Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.
Go to the Advanced tab and click on Change in the Virtual Memory section.
Now untick the option “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.”
Select the default C: drive where Windows 10 is installed and then choose Custom Size. Then change Initial Size and Maximum Size to the recommended values by Window . lets see if this works and solves the problem

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Aporte original por: julian mia ,

Texto:

when  a computer gets slow it is a pain and i know how that feels so what we can do to fix this issue try these simple steps -

1-just remove all unwanted startup programs they slow down the computer boot

2-remove all unwanted software using any software remover tool like revo uninstaller

3. check the computer R.A.M if possible  please change or upgrade it .

4- for windows 10 or windows 8 user i would say  visit [https://www.speedupacer.com/|https://goo.gl/Lzx3al]

Open Start Menu and find the Control Panel. Click on it.

Here in the Control Panel, go to the Search field at the top-right of the window and type Performance. Now hit Enter.

Now find Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.

Go to the Advanced tab and click on Change in the Virtual Memory section.

Now untick the option “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.”

Select the default C: drive where Windows 10 is installed and then choose Custom Size. Then change Initial Size and Maximum Size to the recommended values by Window . lets see if this works and solves the problem

Estatus:

open