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My laptop is running too slow on windows 7 wise disk cleaner could it solve my problem?


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#1 bhula

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Posted 10 April 2016 - 05:26 PM

Hello I am fed up with my dell laptop, i am experiencing slow system performance on windows 7. It shows me 58% CPU usage at average. Internet browsers are taking too much time to load and media devices also been hanging and taking time. Is disk cleaner is what i  need to use or not?


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#2 sony

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Posted 10 April 2016 - 07:20 PM

hello bhula,

 

i dont think so... but try "wise care 365 free" and use section "system cleaner --> common cleaner" but be carefull with the checked points that you pick.

 

after deleting the crap, perhaps defrag your windows 7 partition.

 

the next question is you laptop... what exactly is in your dell?

(perhaps is your laptop slow while windows is defrag in the background or your virusengine is starting a scan or something else)



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Posted 12 April 2016 - 06:54 AM

hello bhula,

 

i dont think so... but try "wise care 365 free" and use section "system cleaner --> common cleaner" but be carefull with the checked points that you pick.

 

after deleting the crap, perhaps defrag your windows 7 partition.

 

the next question is you laptop... what exactly is in your dell?

(perhaps is your laptop slow while windows is defrag in the background or your virusengine is starting a scan or something else)

 

I will act as you have given me suggestion to speed up my computer. Is this completely free application to use or i have to use it as trial and then register



#4 xilolee

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Posted 12 April 2016 - 04:51 PM

It's free, like Wise Disk Cleaner, Wise Registry Cleaner, and the other useful tools of wisecleaner.
The pro version offers other features, but you are not obliged neither to buy it nor to register it.
Pro features:
- system cleaner section: big files manager
- system tuneup section: context menu (Handling/managing)
- privacy protector section: privacy eraser
- themes: some themes are available only with pro
- automatical program updating

(I could have forgot something)
I am not a Wise employee, but an helper made moderator.

#5 bhula

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Posted 13 April 2016 - 05:04 AM

It's free, like Wise Disk Cleaner, Wise Registry Cleaner, and the other useful tools of wisecleaner.
The pro version offers other features, but you are not obliged neither to buy it nor to register it.
Pro features:
- system cleaner section: big files manager
- system tuneup section: context menu (Handling/managing)
- privacy protector section: privacy eraser
- themes: some themes are available only with pro
- automatical program updating

(I could have forgot something)

Hmm this looks interesting, Pro version has got good features let me try this



#6 sony

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Posted 02 May 2016 - 04:57 PM

i am experiencing slow system performance on windows 7. It shows me 58% CPU usage at average. Internet browsers are taking too much time to load and media devices also been hanging and taking time. Is disk cleaner is what i  need to use or not?

 

 

i think i have the problem... are you able to get updates? have been updates installed in the last weeks?

 

i have this problem on my windows 7 pc. if i let windows 7 searching for updates, my dualcore is in usage with round about 50 % but find no updates. the whole system is slow.

 

i have set the updates-configuration from

 

--> "Install updates automatically (recommended)"

to

--> "Never check for updates (not recommended)"

 

 

now with the "get windows 10 for free" from microsoft are the updateserver perhaps not available for windows 7 and with standard-settings of updatessearch in works constantly in the background and the cpu usage is quite high...

 

 

after this your laptop should working with "normal" speed :)

 

 

this settings can you everytime back to default if you wish or you can search for updates with manually click on "Locking for Updates"



#7 KumarSandeep

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Posted 30 May 2017 - 12:05 PM

To speed up your computer perform the following steps:

  • Delete Junk Files in your system
  • Disable Programs from Startup to reduce boot up time
  • Update Drivers as per the configuration
  • Uninstall programs that are not compatible and require more OS resources
  • Scan for virus and update Windows defender.


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Posted 04 July 2017 - 09:42 PM

You need to first upgrade your Operating System. Here You can easily window 7 ultimate 64 bit download then make Bootable usb and install in you laptop or desktop. if face any issue so reply here.