- June 26, 2012 at 11:39 am #29415
You're working, surfing the internet or writing an email and your computer locks up. One of the first things you should try in attempting to recover from a lockup is ending the application which has caused the freeze. You can do this by using a native program called Task Manager. If you press CTRL+ALT+DEL, that is press Control, Alt and Delete at the same time, Task Manager should open. In this little window you can view a list of running applications.Assuming Task Manager will open, analysis the account of applications for any programs that say "not responding" beneath Status. If Internet Explorer or any added applications you had accessible apprehend "Not Responding", again you may Right-Click on them and baddest "End Task" from the menu. This should abutting the active application, if you are prompted to "End Now" or "Wait for it to respond" accept to "End Now". By accomplishing this you may lose any plan you had accessible in this appliance but it will commonly acquiesce you to save annihilation abroad that was accessible at the time of the freeze.If Task Manager is not alive for you and you accept no added way of closing the arctic computer programs again you may try powering down the computer. The easiest way to do this if the computer is not responding is by captivation the ability button in for about ten to fifteen seconds. The apparatus will ability down, if it does not your endure resort is to physically unplug the computer from the wall. Once powered down you may about-face it aback on and resume working, hopefully botheration free.NOTE: By powering down the computer if it is bound up you will about absolutely lose any unsaved work. This should consistently be a endure resort.________________________________________________________________________â€œI never would have anticipated this would become such a big issue all these years later.October 31, 2012 at 10:54 am #33864
After reading these tips I determine that these tips are quite effective for those who are seeking for tips of system maintenance in an easy manner.December 24, 2012 at 7:07 am #33865
Uninstall programs you don't use, delete temporary and unnecessary files, delete all but most recent system restore, defrag and scan for viruses, spyware, etc. These tips will definitely help you to keep your PC maintained for better and faster performance.
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