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Quick and simple easy computer troubleshooting tips.

Computer running slow

Most PCs are bloated with pre-installed programs.
Some programs run in the background without your knowledge, slowing your computer down.

Before uninstalling any programs, you may want to make a backup of your PC and it’s data.

To Remove / uninstall programs, click “Start” then go to “Control Panel” then click “Programs and Features” and scroll through the list, uninstalling the ones you never use.

You can sort the list by date installed or recent used programs. This helps in determining if you use any of the programs in the list.

Stop programs from running when windows start
These apps will use your computer’s memory and cpu resources.

Click Start and type “Run”. In the box that appears type “msconfig” and a box will appear, at the top click the “Startup” tab listing all the applications that run when your computer starts up.

Simply click on the program and select Disable. Keep in mind, this is not uninstalling a program, this just disable it from starting with windows.

Your PC will not power up

So your PC is not turning on.  OK, let’s go ahead and check the most obvious, see if its connected to the outlet. No, we are not saying anybody is not smart, we all simply have the knack to miss the obvious. For example,   Like that the little arrow on your gas gauge tells you which side of the car the gas cap is on. Most learn the hard way by reading the car manual!

Unplug the power cord. Examine it for breaks or other damage. If you find damage, you know what to replace. Test the outlet by plug a lamp.

With the power cord unplugged, press the power button on the PC. This discharge any current it may have. Plug the cord back in and see if it turns back on.

If the PC still doesn’t turn on, the problem could be with the power supply. Desktop power supplies are usually cheap and easy to replace.

PC running out of hard drive space

Before deleting or changing anything on your PC, you may want to backup all your data.

When deleting files, they’re sent to the Recycle Bin in case you need to recover them. Over time, the Recycle Bin can grow significantly, wasting a lot of hard drive space
Empty the Recycle Bin, by right clicking on it and select Empty Recycle Bin.

Remove junk files go to Settings, click System and Storage. Under the “Storage” section, click the Configure Storage Sense or run it now option.

Under the “Temporary Files” section, check the Delete temporary files that apps aren’t using option.

Use the Recycle Bin drop-down menu to specify how to clear already deleted files you don’t need.

Use the Downloads drop-down menu to specify how to clean up files you downloaded from the internet.