Like even when installing a software ? Would "graphically intensive tasks" equate to Aero? Along those lines, I was wondering if parted is any quicker than gparted (excluding of course the time taken to read and understand the manual page :)). It's going to take a long time. http://codecreview.com/windows-10/computer-running-way-to-slow-look-at-this-thanks.html
I know gparted is doing it's thing. Well, he's using BOINC v5.8.16 (the old official version), and I've had that running fine on three different Vista machines without issue. ByteJugglerMay 5th, 2009, 08:00 PMAbout defragging first, I never thought of that, but would it matter? Other than that I would suggest running a full Norton system scan and adaware, that can help also. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/sloooooooooooow-computer.419173/
Unlike the competition, it also includes great tools like a Clean Uninstaller, to get rid of applications and clean up the junk that they leave behind. mgolDecember 15th, 2009, 07:09 AMI see Your point but I sometimes resize partitions with no unrecoverable & fragile data but with things I could recreate within a day or two. Norm............... I've also run adaware and plan on buying Norton (MS default defragged is a POS) soon.
Suggest update BOINC to 5.10.7? Norm Offhand, I'd have to say you need to find out what the story is with the client errors you're having. Copyright © 2006-2017 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved
He is using Vista, btw... Be careful, some of those apps ARE required. well i certainly wouldn't have expected gparted to take that long... I didn't dare shut it down midstream although this looks reassuring:- I gave up.
clubsodaNovember 6th, 2008, 09:17 PMFootnote: from the spec sheet of my Seagate drive SUSTAINED TRANSFER RATE (MB/sec)__________up to 58That would mean 13 minutes to read or write 45GB. Why Is My Computer So Slow Mac More RAM is the real solution, the long term solution. This looks like the app is being given the command from the CC to exit. BTW...The program will only download 2 task at a time now .....before it would download about 8 or 10 at a time!
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ps: still no change from gparted's side. http://codecreview.com/windows-10/computer-is-running-kinda-slow.html He is using Vista, btw... Screenshot for clarification: http://xs126.xs.to/xs126/08172/gparted574.png.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs126&d=08172&f=gparted574.png) The external harddrive isn't making any noise and my cpu and ram usage are normal. No...I have it so it runs always.....have DSL and always open. How To Make Windows 10 Run Faster
billgoldbergApril 22nd, 2008, 03:53 PMYeah, I'm not going to turn it off. For example, Windows can minimize and maximize windows instantly if you disable the associated animations. As with all PC issues, don't be afraid to give your computer a reboot if something's not working properly. http://codecreview.com/windows-10/computer-running-strange-and-very-sloowwww.html YouWILL get an error,just tell the system to continue.
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In addition to the fact already stated, that deleted cache files will be rebuilt, so any drive space savings will be temporary, deleting some caches can hurt performance, rather than help Good luck haha Joeb454April 22nd, 2008, 04:11 PMListening to music helps pass the time :) or browsing these forums billgoldbergApril 22nd, 2008, 04:27 PMListening to music helps pass the time :) JOIN THE DISCUSSION (6 REPLIES) September 14, 2015 StevenTorrey Resetting the PC is probably the quickest and surest way to make almost any computer repair. Slow Computer OUCH!
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Chances are the rest of the specs of your computer are just fine, the bottleneck is probably just the RAM. Ooo i think I'm gonna get me 1tb which is amA LOT but it could become useful in the future when I purchase my next computer. Everything still works fine So I guess that it's not all lost - but if it looks like there's no apparent movement maybe it'd be worth posting the question? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?