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Why Windows 7 Slow Performance?

Almost every computer owner has experienced the issue of Windows 7 slow performance at one point or another. The truth is that computers these days tend to slow down after a timeframe. There's some different reasons why this happens, several different factors working together to make your computer slow.

While there's always people that claim that it is designed obsolescence, (a way of forcing you to buy new computers by designing them to degrade and break over time), I don't agree with that for a few reasons. To start with, there is a growing demand for more more processor and resource intensive applications over time, so there is no need to deliberately design flaws in to an operating technique. People need more powerful computers so that they can run more powerful programs, such as games, video editing program, and processor hungry web applications. What this means is that the older computers aren't able to giving a lovely experience when compared to more modern computers, even when they are walking at full performance.
Also, there are a number of well published solutions, and some of them come straight from the computer manufacturers, which wouldn't be the case if they wanted you to remain ignorant about how to solve the problem.

So if it's not deliberately design flaw in the system, there must be another reason why computers become slow over time. As I previously mentioned, there are several different reasons that tend to act at the same time, and if you find Windows 7 very slow, it's quite likely that several of them are affecting you right now.

he 'registry' often causes Windows to run slowly as it has a lot of settings inside that your computer saves in the wrong way. Each time you use your PC, it has to read 100's of registry settings to help it run, and although it can do this very well, it often gets confused with the number of settings on your PC and saves many in the wrong way, making it difficult to read them next time. Over time, many registry settings become damaged and corrupted, leading your PC to run extremely slowly as a result. To fix this, you should use a 'registry cleaner' to fix any of the errors inside your system.
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