«It should have run faster». Havent you ever thought this about your Windows?
You have a fast modern computer, and you can see day by day that your system is becoming slower and slower You do the same tasks as you used to do a year ago, but suddenly you realize that your system is working surprisingly slow. There can be many reasons. Some programs which you dont need «at the moment» run automatically at startup and work always in background. Other ones, which we know as malware, are even installed without your informed consent. Also, there can be errors in system settings, making your Windows try to perform some unnecessary actions every five minutes There are numerous possible reasons of system slowdown, and its almost impossible to check and fix everything with bare hands.
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