Re: what anti virus pgm. is recommended?
Your problem is memory. With more resources available in new systems, the programmers get sloppy and bloat the programs.
Nortons is the worst, McAfee is second.
Go to task manager. Click on the performance tab. Look for the page file bar.
Windows takes a part of the hard drive and allocates it for virtual memory. When enough stuff gets loaded into ram that there is no more memory XP will use the hard drive as ram.
That slows down the system. The more page file being used the slower it gets.
It doesn't matter what program it is. If your eating into the page file your baby is gonna run slow.
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Last edited by The Tank; Aug 13th, 2010 at 11:36 PM.