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    System performance is embarrassing after updating to Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1

    My computer works on Windows 7 ultimate has changed into a junk for past two days. I have recently updated my computer toWindows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1. Loading pages and files take a long time, media players are ridiculous. The overall performance of computer is embarrassing. How can I fix this problem?



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    sivaditya Array
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    Re: System performance is embarrassing after updating to Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1

    Dear Friend what you did is not updating, you downgraded your system...
    If windows 7 Ultimate works good on your system, then there is not doubt of working windows 7 Home Premium SP1..because ultimate is much powerful than Home Premium in all the aspects..

    Problem might in the installation.. like formatting the drives while installing

    So make a clean Install of windows 7 Home Premium again..

    happy to assist you

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    Re: System performance is embarrassing after updating to Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1

    You may have to try a system repair to fix the issue.

    Before that try these things it might work in your favor.

    Uninstall all unused and less important programs from the windows.
    Delete junk files.
    Run Antivirus to scan and clean the drive from virus infection.
    From all programs--system tools, use disk cleanup to remove junk files.
    Run from the same source Disk Defragmenter, to manage space, make files contiguous.
    After taking all those steps the system oerformance should change to better.

    If all of those fail, use the Windows 7 installer , insert into optical drive, boot from it,
    Select Install Now, provide a few input,
    Finally select Repair....., and let it repair the system .
    After finishing remove the disk and boot normally, check the situation.

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    Re: System performance is embarrassing after updating to Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1

    1. Firstly , Have good Updated Antivirus Software Like :- Avast, Aviara, Nortan, MSE.
    2. Then Delete the Temporary files from your computer -

    * Press windowskey+r and type in "%temp%" and Hit Enter
    * Temporary Files folder will open and Delete All files in that folder that can be Deleted

    3. You Can also Delete the unused files that are used during Fetch operations :-

    * Press windowskey+r and type in "prefetch" and Hit Enter
    * Prefetch Files folder will open and Delete All files in that folder that can be Deleted

    4. Perform CleanUp on System Drives

    * Press windowskey+r and type in "cleanmgr" and Hit Enter
    * Then In Dialog Box Select the Drive you want to clean in Drop down menu and Click OK

    5. Decrease the startup Running Programs

    * Press windowskey+r and type in "msconfig" and Hit Enter
    * GoTo "Startup" Tab . It will list all programs that start Automatically when you login to your Account
    * Decrease the Check marked Programs to only the needed programs like :- Firewall or Antivirus

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    Re: System performance is embarrassing after updating to Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1

    Dear Friend,
    you can change your performance by following these steps :-
    -- Delete all temporary files from your system.
    -- open run and give command "temp" and delete all files which can be.
    -- again open run and give command "%temp%" and delete all files which can be.
    -- now open control panel then open "programs and features" now uninstall the programs which are not useful such as toolbars.
    -- this will absoulutely help you try it
    ThankYou!

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