1. Be sure you have a Virus Scan program and it’s up-to-date. I never recommend anyone paying for this service. One, FREE versions are good enough. Second, the paid versions are too robust! I’ve seen computers run slower with paid programs. Windows 10 (and 8) come with FREE scanners, called Windows Defender, and it should be running automatically. You can check under SETTINGS to be sure. I think this works fine. For Windows 7 I have used Microsoft Security Essentials most (FREE) (link here) and AVG FREE VERSION (link here).
2. Run a Malware scanner? Anytime someone calls me about a slow computer, this is the first thing I recommend. Every month or 2, I run Malwarebytes (link here). It’s free to download and use, but it will want you to upgrade ($) after 30 days. Just say NO when the time comes.
3. Need Speed? You may know that you can upgrade most computers by adding memory (RAM). You also may know that you get what you pay for in a computer. So when you spent a lot when initially buying the computer, it may have been because of the motherboard or “CPU” being an Intel i5 or i7.
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