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New computer, but the boot is slow, the card is not working, and some software is installed. What should I do?

Asked by: Elizabeth Cook 174 views Computer December 13, 2018

New computer, but the boot is slow, the card is not working, and some software is installed. What should I do?

12 Answers

  1. +2Votes  

    Some suggestions don’t know if you have done a few tests that have not been tried. It is recommended to try to actually affect the response speed of the computer. There are many factors that do not need to be tempered slowly. 1. Do a good job of partitioning and managing the hard disk. Put different types of files. Different partitions (for example, the C drive is the system disk D, the disk drive software, the E drive, the game F drive, the movie music and the personal files). Try to open the files of different sizes and different frequencies. 2. Do not install all the software on the C drive ( System disk) Do not install the software only know all the way to follow the next step also pay attention to choose the software installation location. Do not select unnecessary plug-in options or bundled software 3. Transfer your system default folder to Win7 next windows7 master or The Rubik’s Cube transfers the system’s temporary file IE temporary file document desktop software archive and other series of folders. 4. Develop good habits. Don’t put everything on the desktop, especially the icons that are not commonly used in large files. Try to get a folder into it. Use 360 ​​or Jinshan to check your boot software and turn it off unnecessary. Use the driver wizard to check if you need to install it. Or updated drivers Finally clean up all junk files and do a defragmentation

    John Evans- December 13, 2018 |

  2. +5Votes  

    Optimize the system with 360 to speed up.

    Martin- December 13, 2018 |

  3. +6Votes  

    Optimization System Unusual Software Uninstallation

    Thompson- December 13, 2018 |

  4. +5Votes  

    Optimize the system, clean up the garbage, and turn off unnecessary programs that are randomly started in the background,

    Andrew- December 13, 2018 |

  5. +2Votes  

    Reinstall the system just fine

    Ronald- December 13, 2018 |

  6. +7Votes  

    Talk about the configuration, what software has been installed? Is it booting up? Is the installed software downloaded to the system disk by default?

    Diane Scott- December 14, 2018 |

  7. +1Votes  

    The new computer you said is just the new computer you bought, not the latest computer on the market. Therefore, your new computer may have too old hardware configuration, so the card It is very difficult to solve, you need to upgrade the hardware and increase the configuration. If it is the latest computer, the configuration should be very good, it may be caused by a problem with the installation. Please help me find it.

    Angela White- December 14, 2018 |

  8. +3Votes  

    Turn off the unnecessary boot and start the project, and add a solid state drive ssd to reload it much faster.

    Carol Green- December 14, 2018 |

  9. +4Votes  

    Try another system

    James Anderson- December 14, 2018 |

  10. +4Votes  

    You need a solid state drive

    Karen Anderson- December 14, 2018 |

  11. +1Votes  

    Try installing the operating system again.

    Christopher- December 14, 2018 |

  12. +1Votes  

    If you are a new computer, the boot will be slower, but after a few days, it will be normal, or it will be very fast. If this continues, it is recommended to turn off the unneeded boot software, which will increase the boot speed.

    Catherine Green- December 14, 2018 |