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Fix common PC problems by yourself – Common Software errors and FREE Solutions

October 28th, 2011 1,523 views |Write a Comment

When some software are refused to be installed on your PC, or fail to run without freezing, do not load at a decent speed, or to refuse to work properly, or there is no access to the Internet, here’s the solutions to optimize your computer:

General issues

  1. Make sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements of the software. If not, you cannot run the program without having to upgrade hardware on your computer. Note if the computer just simply meets the minimums, the software will run slower and less reliable. Check for compatibility with Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
  2. Close all open programs and windows that you are not currently in use. They can eat system memory and processing power, slow down computer, or prevent any additional software from working. Try to run the program again.
  3. Check the free space on your hard disk. About 5 percent to 10 percent of your total allocation of disk space should be free, to ensure optimum system performance in Windows 7 and Windows Vista, avoid PC crashes, and keep your computer running at top speed.
  4. Check for program updates and information on issues common to the software manufacturer’s website. For the products of Microsoft, you can also download the Windows update for Windows 7, Windows Update for Windows Vista, or visit the Microsoft Download Center. When you install the update, restart your computer and try running the program.
  5. Delete or Remove Unwanted Programs in Windows 7 or Windows Vista in order to reduce congestion and eliminate the burden on system resources.
  6. Disable software that you do not use in Windows 7 or Windows Vista from automatically running when Windows starts. If you are running Windows 7, restart computer and try the program again.
  7. Defragment the hard drive in Windows 7 or Windows Vista for better performance.
  8. Scan for viruses and spyware. Windows Defender in Windows 7 and Windows Vista can help identify hazards and pop-up warning and prevention of unauthorized access to your home network. You can browse your computer for free.
  9. Restart the computer and download the program again. If it does not load or run correctly, you may have to uninstall and reinstall from scratch and start all over again. Advanced users can also try these troubleshooting tips advanced in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
  10. See Help and Support for Microsoft Windows and the community. If live support is necessary, first contact the customer support department of the software manufacturer. For further help, try the Microsoft Customer Support Services.



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