Suggestions wecome. My understanding is that Defender is operating but not lettting me see that it is operating. I wish I could be sure of that.
Please suggest for any further option which can help out.
Think, it's the only problem I have with my PC and now ALL problems in the future are taken good care of with your comprehensive
system, thank you.
I run the rescue undo, and it still does not allow voice recgnition to run. I have to reinstall windows to get it to work. I have excluded Microsofts Speech folder from appdata and protected several keys in the registry to try to prevent this. Nothing I do seems to resolve the situation.
I notice that intermittently (seems to do it when it wants to), if I reboot a laptop or other physical endpoint, the machine will boot up with the "termservice" disabled, even though groupm policy enforces this to be on.
After troubleshooting group policy, uninstalling all other security software, and weeks of various other troubleshooting methods, the only commonality I can find is that all the machines that do this have boostspeed installed.
I found this post
And followed the instructions there. I also turned off the performance monitor in boostspeed via the settings, but the issue is still persisting. My next step I guess is to uninstall boostspeed from all of my machines but I figured I would reach out before I give up on the product.
I am trying to do everything right. Vigilance, using auslogics and bitreplica, as well as duplicate file finder, however almost every day, my hardrive fills up, and I can barely get a file to open, due to lack of memory. I have done everything that I know, to try to have all files saved to onedrive, or icloud, but it doesn't seem to make any difference! The computer jams up, because it has reached maximum capacity! Why does this happen, when I am saving files to onedrive (cloud storage). I'm really about ready to chuck this new laptop into the rubbish bin. But.....all available 'new' laptops appear to only have minimal hard drive space. The retailer told me to save my files to the cloud, which is what I am doing, so why does the C drive continually fill up. I move stuff to an external hard drive, in an attempt to free up space, but as soon as bitreplica runs, I'm back to square one. I'm so frustrated, as it takes several minutes just to open a word document. Please please please, can you give me some guidance / direction as to what it is that I am doing wrong. Regards, Kerry
I can be happily working along, and if I need to see a video file, I can... but then, sometimes it stops, and I cannot make the video work again.
I have Driver Updater, but if I reboot the computer, the video function will work again.
Sometimes, if I run a BoostSpeed scan, the video might work again. It can still stop again, but if I Boost Speed again, it may not make the video run again.
So I have to reboot again instead, which is pretty time consuming.
My initial thought is I'm missing video drivers, but i have Driver Updater.
Can you advise and help me?
Is there anything i can do for make my pc much responsive and no slowdown? for free
everytime i open anything that using high resources (Google Chrome, firefox, editing app, another apps)
its fine, nothing slow with the google chrome and the apps
but when i closing the Apps that already took up my PC resources 70%,
the CPU and RAM usage back normal
and the windows is very very slow
like the Start Menu is Delay , File explorer slow launch (launch when 5-6 seconds)
anything i can do?
I use Microsoft Office 2003 and one of the features maintains a list of recently used files in each of Word, Excel and Outlook. Recently the recently used files list in these three programs has been cleared following shut down at the end of the day so that when I restart my computer the next day the recently used file lists are empty and start being repopulated during the course of the day but again are cleared following the final shut down of the day.
My question is - is there a feature of Boostspeed that is clearing these lists and how do I change it so that it doesn't happen?
Regards, Harry McBride