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You should have a good anti-virus program that you run at least once a week (daily if other people use your computer or you do a lot of browsing and downloading on the net).
You should also have a good spyware program which you should run at least once a week.
You should also have a good Registry Cleaner program which you should run at least once a week.
I use all of the programs listed below. Besides being good programs, and FREE, you also have the ability to continue working on your computer (online or offline) while the program is running.
AVG is a FREE anti-virus program that is excellent
Spybot - Search & Destroy removes spyware and it's FREE.
Ad-aware removes spyware and it's FREE!
Eusing Free Registry Cleaner is good and relatively fast.
If you are wanting to Defrag your computer to speed things up, below is information for defragmenting in Windows XP plus some other info to help speed things up:
Go to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Disk Defragmenter -> select (highlight) the drive you want to Defrag and click Analyze. After analyzing a window will pop up telling you whether you need to Defrag that drive.
Before you Defrag you might want to do the Disk Cleanup. Follow the same instructions for getting to the Defragmenter but choose Disk Cleanup instead which is right above Defragmenter.
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Regcure download is "free" but that ONLY checks your system. You pay to get it fixed.
Try RegSeeker It's free, safe, and probably much better. Also clean up the Temp files or use CCleaner to clean them up for you.
Another good cleaner upper is Advanced SystemCare Free.
Also run an Anti-virus (AVG is free) and Spyware scans (Spybot, Ad-aware, and Spyware Blaster are all free, and good) as well as the Windows Defrag tool (which comes with all versions of Windows).
Also download and run the DMA Quick solution.
Also get a two-way firewall. (Zone Alarm Free is pretty good.)
Most of these can be downloaded for free from http://download.cnet.com/windows/ which is a VERY reliable and safe site.
Hope this is helpful.
I would recommend that you get software to clean up your slow computer and make sure you don't have any registry errors or anything. When I got the blue screen of death on my lap top I downloaded PC HealthBoost and it's helped me a lot. I use my computer all the time and I've def. noticed a difference since I got it. It's also affordable, which was one of the main reasons I chose it over other software. Here's a link to some info about it in case you want to check it out for yourself. http://www.pchealthboost.com/clean_up_pc.php I hope this helps you.