Is your notebook saying cease on you intermittently if for short or longer intervals? If this fear not as it is probably an issue you can fix and does not necessarily mean that your notebook’s hardware is dying on you.
Too many apps running
One of the greatest causes of computer’s freezing in Windows is the simple laptop downloads that you are heavily multi-tasking. It is quite easy to see, when you’ve opened various programs all at one time and just flick between them on a continues basis then every is consuming system resources like processor time, system memory, hard disk access etc.. While this occurs each program has to fight for its share of program resources and the ones which are more demanding because of their nature or termed higher priority by Windows itself will have to rule the roost very first leaving fewer resources to almost any others too from the queue. Start Task Manager through CTRL+ALT+DEL and assess your CPU usage in addition to system memory and virtual memory utilization. Are the machine lovers more rapid than when idle? This also might be an additional tell indication, is the disc LED constantly flickering? See, this also is a fantastic indication. Read the logic path for a few simple and fast answers.
Windows registry dimensions and mistakes
This was and remains just a myth rather than reality Windows itself has evolved through the last few years and has been but also remains an extremely intricate piece of software. The Windows registry is a repository in which Windows but most applications you install stores its preferences. As time passes the Windows registry becomes bloated and entrances which get deleted over the years (i.e. when an application becomes uninstalled) are just left blank shooting up space but with no program worth. What’s more, new entries do not take these blank spaces but instead get appended in the end of the records bloating the registry further. If this was not enough different software that reads and writes into the Windows registry may render old entries that become invalid through dependencies on other entrances. The web effect of course is diminished rate of accessibility and missing/invalid entrances, which then contribute to reduce system performance. Is there an established system to ensuring every Windows developer out there such as the numerous outside of Microsoft itself make their act together and write more reliable code? Regrettably no but luck has it there’s a remedy to this issue. Download, install and execute a program like CCleaner and pick the Registry alternative. This can detect any registry mistakes and in the event that you so choose them.