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Sometimes, our Computer becomes very slow and gives tough time to make work on it. This makes slow because of hard drive holding the plenty of data, files. So, to make faster speed clear the some space.

Some background applications or programs running make computer slow.

Remove or disable any TSRs and startup programs that automatically start each time the computer boots. 

Scan for Malware and Adware, if your system infected by them.

Uninstall Programs You Don’t Use
 

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I am not sure I get the issue here, but it always helps to use software as CCleaner to analyze your disk and delete unnecessary files, it also scans registry and fixes issues that may be slowing down your PC

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