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There are numerous reasons that a laptop would run slowly.

Slow Laptop caused by virus

Slow laptop performance can be caused by a virus or malware.

If a laptop is slow because of a virus or malware, the best course of action is often to backup all documents, scan them with high quality anti virus software and anti malware software, completely erase the infected hard disk drive or SSD (Solid State Drive), perform a full Windows re-installation and install quality anti virus software.

Slow Laptop caused by slow or full HDD or SSD

Slow laptop performance can be caused by a faulty or "full  hard disk drive or SSD.

Computer data and personal documents are usually stored on the laptop hard disk drive or Laptop SSD. Therefore; if the drive is faulty or full, the laptop will run slowly because it will need to repeatedly search for data.

If the laptop runs Windows from a hard disk drive, the solution would be to install a laptop SSD. or install a larger - faster traditional hard disk drive. Please note that SSD is inherently much faster, quieter, cooler, more reliable and uses less power than a traditional laptop hard disk drive.

Slow Laptop caused by sftware

Slow laptop performance can be caused by outdated software.

Computer software often requires periodic updates. However, if the manufacturer no longer supports the software, this will often result in a slow laptop because it is compelled to continuously or regularly search for software which will never be available.

Slow Laptop caused by laptop memory

Slow laptop performance can be caused by faulty memory or a lack of memory.

Please imagine that a laptops memory is an empty bucket. When the laptop loads Windows, this will partially fill the bucket (in some cases leaving only a quarter of the bucket empty) and every time that a program (app) is run, or data is loaded, less space is available in the bucket for programs to be run or for data to be accessed. Quite often, this will result in the laptop repeatedly saving data to the hard disk drive or SSD in order to free space in memory. This is  time consuming and the result is a slow laptop.

The solution is to increase  the capacity of "the bucket" - increase the laptop memory. As a rule of thumb; the more memory the better. However, fitting memory which will never be used is pointless.

Please be aware that all laptops require specific types and specifications of memory, and they have a limit to the amount of memory which can be fitted. Also; the operating systems impose limits. Eg;32bit versions of Windows tend to impose a limit of approx 3.5gb.

Slow Laptop caused by laptop graphics memory

Slow laptop graphics performance can be caused by a lack of graphics memory.

Laptops tend to have two main processors. These are a CPU (Central Processing Unit) and a GPU (Graphics processing Unit). The CPU is basically the computer brain, whilst the GPU s dedicated to displaying video (graphics).

Laptop GPU`s tend to be built into the main board (known as the motherboard) and usually cannot be upgraded. Additionally, the GPU can use dedicated memory (which is allocated from the main pool of memory (as discussed above).

Many manufacturers allow dedicated laptop video memory to be increased from within the BIOS (setup). So, if increasing the laptop memory it may also be advisable to allocate additional memory to video (graphics).

Please also note that laptop GPUs are often cooled by the same "radiator" which cools the laptop CPU. If the laptop cooling system fails, the GPU will over-heat and may also fail. Since the GPU will be built into the motherboard, the best course of action would often be to replace the motherboard. In many cases this may not be cost effective.

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Slow laptop performance can be caused by a virus or malware.

If a laptop is slow because of a virus or malware, the best course of action is often to backup all documents, scan them with high quality anti virus software and anti malware software, completely erase the infected hard disk drive or SSD (Solid State Drive), perform a full Windows re-installation and install quality anti virus software.

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