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  1. Claudios Henriques

    Claudios Henriques Newbie

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    I have an ASUS X556UR-XX477T Notebook Intel Core i7 8GB (GeForce 930MX 2GB) 1TB with windows 10. I have tried all the procedures described on the internet but it remains with very slow loading. In the execution of programs I also realize that it is much more slow than my dell i5 with 4GB. Is this normal slow? I have already removed programs / services that load at startup etc ... I do not know what else to do ....
     
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    Danishblunt Notebook Deity

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    It's because the notebook has a slow 1TB harddrive. Buy a SSD, then it's super fast.
     
  3. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    Has it been slow since you bought it or did you notice it become slower recently?

    Also, are you sure your system is clean? What Antivirus program do you use?

    If you use any Apple product like iTunes for example, it installs something called Bonjour, what that does it it sends all your activity and usage habits to Apple and makes your computer slower which is more apparent on slow machines since one would immediately notice their system is not behaving as it should. If you have it, simply go to Control Panel > Programs & Features > Then find Bonjour and uninstall it. It will not affect your iTunes or anything else, all you'll get now when you start iTunes is it would say the Bonjour service is missing. Just hit ok and continue it will work normally.

    Also remember, every time iTunes gets updated, it will re-insall Bonjour so you need to uninstall it every time iTunes updates.`

    I am just guessing here so more details from your side would help
     
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    StormJumper Notebook Virtuoso

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    Describe what you mean "Slow loading"? A HDD will be slow to load as oppose to a SSD load but that will depend on what you have loading besides Windows when it starts up. Have you clocked it to get a time to very if it is caused by Windows or the Drive or something else?
     
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    pete962 Notebook Evangelist

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    I know what he is saying, my msi Apache was taking like 4-5 min to boot, fall update took 6 hours to install and 55 min to reboot, I've never seen anything like that, ever, anyhow: with factory settings Win 10 does not shutdown computer,when it says it shuts down, it hibernates it instead, which makes things much faster. Do you have hibernate file on your C: drive? (it's a system file so first you need to make system files visible to see it) If not somehow hibernation is turned off on your PC, maybe you should turn it on and see. However be aware: hibernation will corrupt your drive if you have dual boot.
     
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