Processeur Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.20 GHz
Mémoire RAM installée 10,0 Go
ID de périphérique B97B8955-E5F7-4030-93CD-32FB22878060
ID de produit 00326-10000-00000-AA251
Type du système Système d’exploitation 64 bits, processeur x64
Stylet et fonction tactile La fonctionnalité d’entrée tactile ou avec un stylet n’est pas disponible sur cet écran
It has Windows 10 HOME, 1995Mhz CPU, 4GB RAM, 700GB HDD.
I have installed the Auslogics programs and used the scans a few times.
WHat is the most effective thing Ican do to speed up this computer ?
( not including replacing it! )
Should I be concerned about this? What does this mean?
thank you for your response(s).
After I re-boot it works fine but several hours or perhaps a day later, the PC slows down and re-quires another re-boot.
I just noticed today, after upgrading to V 188.8.131.52 that, although it still slows down, I selected the Disable BoostSpeed instead of leaving BoostSpeed running in the background, and the PC immediately sped up to normal! This is the first time I have tried that.
Have you run into this anomoly before and/or do you have a fix for this?
Before I started to use Auslogics my computer was very slow. Then I used your Auslogics and the computer was much faster. However, few days aftrer it become slow again from day to day. Every few days i do full Scan and Clean and it help a little bit (it become a bit faster , but not as it was the first time i did the first scan and then again after few hours it become slow again,
so my windows 7 ultimate needs upadate to windows 10 so tryed to update it but it randomly shut off. i tryed again but it huppened again. so i though it was the update thats not working. i was playing a game but it huppend again. it made a lot of noise and shuts off without warning so i did i everthing i cold to fix bt cant seem to fix it at all. what should i do. i need to update it but to update it i need it to stop randomly shuting off
1 . There was NO Sucategory that matched my Question so I picked 3D Builder <-- ignore please.
This morning was the second time that my laptop was taken over by a “disk repair” function that I think is linked with BoostSpeed. I start up my laptop and something begins churning away telling me that it will take 8 hours to complete. Actually it could not tell time correctly because it took 3 ½ hours before I could use the laptop.
Q: How to prevent this happening again? At least giving me the option to say OK do it now or wait?