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Why does Windows 7 64-bit stop responding?

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ashily24dee

Hi,
Usually new systems are packed with lots of software that might not be useful for the user. These often include trial versions and limited edition versions of software that you can upgrade to full version later on. When you don???t want or use such software, just delete them as they might slow down or result in non-responding of your Windows 7 system. They might also occupy large space in your system memory, disk space and processing power.

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