If your Windows is working slow after upgrading your operating system to Windows 7, you are not the only user who encounter this problem. Some people even go to buy a new memory or a new computer since they thought it is too difficult to run Windows 7 for their old computer. But as experienced user, I consider that you can speed up your computer to make it fast enough to run Windows 7 without having to buy a memory upgrade or a new computer absolutely.
Here are some of the reasons causing your computer's slow performance and by following there steps you can fix them.
Too many programs installed in your hard drive which occupy much system resource then slow down the computer performance.
You must have an antivirus program, some famous antivirus programs also take up lots of space then nessary and will result in a slow running of system.
Here is how:
Completely Remove all the useless applications in your computer. To fully uninstall an application you need to make sure that all the registry entries have been cleaned. You need to run a regsitry scan after uninstall the applications. This call for a registry cleaner for your system.If you install a antivirus software then your computer slows to hang up, you need to change it. Go for other program that requires less to perform and does not eat up too many system resource.
To avoid being infected with these unwanted apps which contain adware or malware, you have review the software carefully before downloading it.Find some anti-spyware software to cease the damage of malware.
You can run a free registry scan before you upgrade your system and then fixing any errors and eliminating any corrupt registry entries.
Once you have done all the cleaning job you can upgrade your computer to windows 7 and won't have it run slow as it does with your current version of windows without affecting windows 7 performance.