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    What has caused my computer pages to become unresponsive?

    Every time that I change pages I have to wait and wait for the page to become responsive. What has caused this?

    0  Views: 460 Answers: 2 Posted: 6 years ago
    ROMOS

    I bet you use Internet Explorer?
    Williame

    I use Yahoo as my home page and use Google as my search engine. What would you change to?
    ROMOS

    I have google chrome as my default browser, never had a problem.

    2 Answers

    Too much information all at once for your operating system to handle. This is called a script error. You need to have your computer serviced and cleaned and also if like ROMOS has guessed, you are using Internet Explorer, then try a different browser. 

    Williame

    By serviced do you mean scanned for viruses, malware or registry?
    Colleen

    Moderator
    Yes and cleaned out of all unnecessary junk. Most of us use the free scanners but they do not catch everything. Just like a car, once a year your computer should be given a tune up by a professional.
    Williame

    I think that you are right Colleen but I found the reason as unlikely as it may seem. I took the side plate off of my CPU and used compressed air to clean out a very large amount of dust, cat hair and lint balls. It worked. I spent hours running anti everything programs and a buildup of dirt and dust was the problem. Thank you for responding.
    Colleen

    Moderator
    Sorry, I should have been more clear....when I said cleaned, that's what I meant....cleaned of the build up of dust.

    because you download many of folders. delete some of it.



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