Few tips to speed up your computer:
Do your disk cleanup regularly
Delete your cookies
Do not keep unused programs on desktop (if possible keep desktop as free as you can)
Use default screen savers and desktop settings
Do not use Classic Start Menu
As I go through your advice I found that disabling startup items in msconfig it’s not a recommended permanent fix as it can cause problems for the disabled software. It’s usually only done when testing (although some items are ok to disable this way). Well As per your suggestions my PC speed is little increase but can you please let me know how to remove computer virus infections quickly and easily from my PC and How can I fix it permanently?
I've got a similar build:
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 Duo (E5200)
RAM: 1GB DDR2 667MHz
HDD: 150 GB Samsung Spinpoint F1
MotherBoard: ASUS P5KPL-AM
And I've never really had a problem with the speed. I noticed that the E5200's are pretty good at overclocking and many have reached 3.8GHz. Also the P5KPL-AM has an overclocking profile, I tried it once but it wasn't stable on any of the settings. I wouldn't advise overclocking at all.
If one wants overclocking controls (not as 10%, 20%... graduation, but as frequency, multilipliers, voltages and such settings), one would have to choose AMD over Intel. Last Intel I had my hands on was, I think, 3800 (couple of years ago) with practically no OC ability, so excuse my bias.
Oh, yes.. if you want stability 24/7, forget about overclocking. Do it only if you can live with evetual BSOD or memory allocation errors.
Thanks for your advice. If I format my PC and reinstall the entire programs the virus is detected? I am thankful to all of you but I don't want to change any hardware in my PC. Please give any more suggestions as I am really looking for it.
It is not an anti-malware software, but a automated scripted batch with collection of commandline utilities.
You might screw up your windows running it. It says that 1 out of 100 PCs end up with corrupt registry or something.
.. but it did get rid of some very nasty trojan that others failed to. Saved my Windows from formatting plenty of times.
I suggest that you, if you're brave enough, don't touch anything until it tells you it is done and opens a report log. Sometimes it reboots 2 times before it is done.
You could always download Hijack This run a scan and then post the log, and also malware bytes will remove most viruses but as said before it will sometimes shred your regisstry depending on how far the virus is engraved into it.
Next time you re-boot, unplug your power supply for 20 seconds before starting up again. I can't explain why, but apparently some memory is retained so long as you are plugged in. Unplugging often helps the computer to "forget" some of the garbage that is giving trouble.
As I am receiving your replies on how to make my computer faster, I have get plenty of replies and as per your suggestion on registry fix I have purchase best registry software for my slow computer. I am using that software like registry cleaner to fix my slow computer speed.