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Your PC may become darn slow. The operating system might suddenly stop processing, and hang. All these are symptoms of an impending crash of your computer system.
The symptoms would have developed due to a malware program that sneaked into your computer system. Or it could be due to an overloaded RAM.
There could be problems with the. A lot of unwanted information might be residing on the registry. Your computer might slow down and crash if your hard drive has developed some problems.
Most of the above-mentioned problems are not rare. They are common. And there are solutions for these problems.
If you think that your computer has been infected by a virus program, re-install the operating system. It could be a quick-fix solution, but not a permanent solution. The better choice would be to choose a good anti-virus software.
Don’t shake or quake your computer while it is running. This applies to your laptop too. Although laptops have a tightly placed hard-drive that is resistant to movement, you would have noticed how laptop hard-drives crash more than desktop hard-drives.
Check your RAM’s capacity. If you have a lot of applications that need lot’s of volatile memory, it makes sense to get a RAM with a higher storage capacity. An example of a high-RAM consuming application is a graphics application.
Don’t run too many programs at one time. The better thing to do is to wait for one program to finish before starting the other.
Use a program that optimizes the RAM memory. In this way, obsolete programs will be strained out.