Windows XP PC is slow after login

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Microsoft Windows XP
Windows XP SP2
I am a DSE. In my office some systems are too slow when i login. these are in work group. I clean temp files and cookies but not solve this problem.

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Hi,

If your computer slow just on the startup it’s easy to solve by:

start menu ——- run—–type (msconfig)——–OK
it will show a window with tabs, click on startup tab, at the end of the window click on disable all then click OK….
after that it will show a small window asking you to restart.
choose restart now then it will work faster than before.

Note: this procedure disable the programs that work with starting up.

If your computer always running slow that’s mean you have a problem with hardware like (RAM,H.D.D)
or may be software like(operating system.

thanks…..
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For a system that seems slow for no apparent reason, try this:
1. Run <a href=”http://www.ccleaner.com/”>CCleaner</a> it gets rid of temp files, as well as other junk on your system.
2. I use <a href=”http://adserver.softwareonline.com/PrimaryLanding/landingARO-RDIR.aspx?Referrer=so-adserverfolder-aro&remnant=/RegClean/Landing/landing.asp”>this registry cleaner</a>, it costs around $30 but it is well worth it.
3. Run a Defrag in Windows or one like <a href=”http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Hard-Disk-Utils/Power-Defragmenter.shtml”>this</a>.
Good Luck!
-Flame
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  • carlosdl
    We saw something similar with a number of computers here, and they were infected by a virus. So, I would recommend to run a virus scan. You might also want to check the hard disk for errors or fragmentation.
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