Why is my computer running so slow? If you are reading this, then you are experiencing what many other are also: a slow computer. You are probably waiting on programs to load, or start up, or waiting on the cursor to catch up with your typing. There is nothing more annoying than when you click on a button, or icon, and you must wait for the computer to actually perform the function you are asking it to do. If you ask some people what the problem might be, they will tell you to increase the size of your memory. While that may work, I would use that as a last result. I will give the first thing I would check, and fix, before you start upgrading your computer parts.
The way your computer works is when you click on a button, the button sends the computer to the program. The program will read something called the registry keys to determine how best to run the program. Now, registry keys are not talked about much in the world of computers. But they are the main culprit for slow running computers. So, the registry keys are deciding how the computer should start up programs. Well, if the registry keys are bad, missing, corrupt, shared, missing short cuts, or many other things, your computer will run slow. It will not know hoe to start up the program, or do certain functions of the program. We need to fix these, and then your computer will run at full speed again, just like when you first bought it.
To fix the registry keys is simple. You let registry repair software perform a scan of your computer, and tell you what errors you have. I guarantee you have errors on your computer. I run my registry repair once a week, and every week I have repairs which need to be made. It is just something that happens. When the registry repair software runs the scan, and finds the errors, just tell the software to fix them. The software will then fix all of your registry problems and return the computer back to normal. Do not try to fix registry files yourself. Let the software do it.
So if you computer is running slow, try a registry repair software fist. This will return everything back to its original state, and get your computer running normal again. And all of this can take less than 10 minutes. And then run the registry repair software weekly, and this way you will never have to ask why is my computer running so slow.
Michael Baker is a Computer Optimization Technician, and recommends getting a Free Computer Scan to fix any problems such as computers freezing, locking up, restarting for no reason, and getting the blue death screen.