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Windows 7: PC is Too Slow(Intel D101ggc)..

04 Jan 2014   #1
ansaf1234

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 
PC is Too Slow(Intel D101ggc)..

Dear Members,
My PC is 5 Years Old and now it is very slow on both xp and 7.the startup and shutdown are good but after startup the pc is slow expecially after loading of mcafee internet security and it also uses 60% of cpu usage for about 5mins.the main problems are listed below:-
*Video playing perfomance is also too bad as it will slow and increse cpu usage to 90% while playing720p and above videos and also while streaming online videos expecially youtube.
*The windows experience index is also low as i attached the image below.
*in video adapter information there is showing 'n/a' in dedicated video memory but total available video memory is shown as 256MB,i also attached this image also below.
*Browsing is also too slow.which will hang and buggy while loading high content page like facebook feeds using firefox 26.
*Did i want to change my antivirus currently used is mcafee internet security ..
The board is only old while the hardwares like RAM,hdd are new ones replaced. You can see my specs in my profile page. if anything more want them please reply here and i will post it.
So please anyone kindly Help me to inprove my pc perfomance.

Thanks.




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04 Jan 2014   #2
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

There's not much you can do with that old hardware.

Try:

1. Replacing MaCrapee with MSE
2. Minimising the items in Startup

You could also try this:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2806...rss&spid=14019
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04 Jan 2014   #3
ansaf1234

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
 
 

did making windows update up-to-date a good idea?or it will slow down the pc?
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04 Jan 2014   #4
andrew129260

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Yes you want windows updates enabled.

You might have to many programs at startup which is already suggested.

You might want to look into either a better graphics card, or a solid state drive.

Or: A new PC
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04 Jan 2014   #5
windude99

Windows 7 Professional x64 Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ansaf1234 View Post
Dear Members,
My PC is 5 Years Old and now it is very slow on both xp and 7.the startup and shutdown are good but after startup the pc is slow expecially after loading of mcafee internet security and it also uses 60% of cpu usage for about 5mins.the main problems are listed below:-
*Video playing perfomance is also too bad as it will slow and increse cpu usage to 90% while playing720p and above videos and also while streaming online videos expecially youtube.
*The windows experience index is also low as i attached the image below.
*in video adapter information there is showing 'n/a' in dedicated video memory but total available video memory is shown as 256MB,i also attached this image also below.
*Browsing is also too slow.which will hang and buggy while loading high content page like facebook feeds using firefox 26.
*Did i want to change my antivirus currently used is mcafee internet security ..
The board is only old while the hardwares like RAM,hdd are new ones replaced. You can see my specs in my profile page. if anything more want them please reply here and i will post it.
So please anyone kindly Help me to inprove my pc perfomance.

Thanks.
The only thing (hardware wise) that appears to be holding your pc back is the graphics card. You should upgrade that. As suggested above, a solid state drive would help to. They can make a significant difference on load times of Windows and your applications. 1.5gb of ram is a bit small for windows 7 (unless your installation is very optimized) If you have programs like McAfee, your system is going to be slower. I would recommend you switch to Microsoft Security Essentials: Download Microsoft Security Essentials from Official Microsoft Download Center
Also, you should do a full scan with Microsoft Security Essentials, as well as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware: https://www.malwarebytes.org/
Note: The free version of Malwarebytes does NOT actively protect your system. It is just a scanner and removal tool. Also, be sure to run it as administrator so it will update the virus definitions. (Do this every time you start Malwarebytes)
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