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replies: 25What if my anti-virus is making my PC slow as SNAIL? go to this post
i bought a brand new XP desktop with 512mb Ram .
my brother had an older XP desktop that he also bought new with 256mb Ram .
it's all the things that you add to XP that are requiring that additional Ram .
especially a modern AV program .
as it has already been discussed .
a Ram upgrade should be done first .
more than likely it's not any brand of AV that's the problem .
it's simply to little usable memory .
thank you .
yes welcome aboard !
please move to something sports related ? >>>
the world championship is over .
time to get this out of Tech Talk & Help .
thank you .
moved it to where it belongs...trash
Windows 7 Ultimate is the best bet for your PC or laptop. To force people to simply have no choice but to USE Windows 8 or Win 8.1 or whatever the crap is being called is just ridiculous.
how soon everyone forgets ?
i was one of the first to get windows 7 .
from Demonoid , months before the official release date .
remember back then everyone was using XP .
and face it , they sold a lot of cheap XP PC's .
mine had 512mb Ram .
my brother's had 256mb Ram .
mine could be upgraded to 2gb Ram .
but to get full use of all windows 7 features .
i also had to add a graphics card .
which my XP PC that i bought new , had none .
so it took $100 to get an XP PC up to windows 7 specs .
remember that a whole lot of those cheap XP PC'S where in the $500 range new .
and that even included the monitor .
so once i got the hardware issues sorted out .
then the update glitches and update-loop would start .
yes it was while using windows 7 , that i learned what an update-loop was .
windows 7 would download/install updates , and then a restart was required .
after the restart , the install failed and windows 7 would download/install updates , and then restart again ?
and this became a continuous loop until you stopped it .
needless to say , i exchanged PM's with Microsoft support for several weeks .
basically we were all told that a patch was in the works .
and yes it was all finally sorted out .
and don't forget that pirate killer update KB971033 .
yes it was aimed at illegal activations .
but quickly the Microsoft forums were full of hot legitimate users .
for many of them had woke up to that black desktop with the Pirate notification .
but yes that was eventually sorted out also .
but that first year of windows 7 release .
was a little rockier than some are admitting .
thank you .
UAC was not an issue it still functioned .
local group policy editor finally had to be used to enable smartscreen .
replies: 2134When You Log In Say Hello When You Leave Say Goodbye! V4 go to this post
good night !
Yahoo had a beautiful set of system monitoring tools called:
Yahoo has stopped supporting their Widgets long time ago. A while ago I discovered XWidgets, they have a huge range of widgets for every taste. Check it out!
well i really never thought of Gadgets & Widgets as part of Yahoo's services ?
but in that case , i once used Google Desktop .
which they have also discontinued >>>
thank you !
whoever cleaned up those 2 off-topic comments ?
which I have activated twice over the last 7 months
with KMSAuto 1.0.6 portable
well i had activated a copy of windows 8 sometime back .
i'm thinking it was last year .
so i feel confident that the 180 day activation period has ran out .
so i found that HDD and booted to windows 8 .
this is what it showed for the current activation period .
that was using KMSnano and yes it automatically renews .
and there is a newer version of KMSnano .
also by that same uploader .
and back at the first of this year .
i activated windows 8.1 using KMSpico .
so it's 180 day activation period should have expired .
but as i checked today , this is what it shows for the current activation period .
so KMSpico also automatically renews .
thank you very much !