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    System restore

    To access it, follow these instructions: Boot the computer. Press F8 and hold until your system boots into Windows Advanced Boot Options. Select Repair Your Computer. Select a keyboard layout. Click Next. Login as an administrative user. Click OK. At the System Recovery Options window, select Startup Repair.
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    Windows 8.1 hangs a lot

    Have you recently installed Windows 8 and experienced it hangs a lot? Does your cursor move for a few seconds and then it hangs? If so, we understand how strange and irritating it is because generally there is no apparent reason behind this irksome situation. If you want to try the workaround, we’re here to help you. In this article you’ll find step-by-step guidelines to fix Windows 8 hangs. Speed Up PC It is essential to speed up your PC to ensure you get maximum performance. Use optimization tools in Reginout to easily restore your computer's speed. Download Regin out software. Install and run the program. Enable Hyper-V As default, the Hyper-V feature is disabled. It is worth a try to enable Hyper-V to fix Windows 8 hangs. Open the Charms Bar. (Press Windows Key + C) Select Settings | Control Panel. Click General | More Settings. Click Programs | Turn Windows Features On or Off (Under Programs and Features). Windows Features dialog shall open. Uncheck Hyper-V box and click OK. Optimize Drives Drive Optimization is a process of defragmenting your hard disk drive. Windows 8 hangs if the hard disk drive is fragmented. Optimize the drives to repair this problem. Click Start. The Start Screen shall appear. Type Optimize Drives in the Search box. Click Apps icon. Click Optimize Drives from the Search Results. Optimize Drives program shall open. Select all drives appeared in the list and then click Optimize button.This process may take an hour or two depending on the actual fragmentation. Enable ReadyBoost Disk thrashing leads to Windows 8 hangs. When your computer is running out of physical RAM, the virtual memory is used which is much slower than reading from physical RAM. Hence we have come up with a solution- enable ReadyBoost. Enabling ReadyBoost allows your computer to use a compatible USB Flash Drive like your physical memory. In other words, the USB Flash Drive is used as a system cache. There are two important aspects- 1) You must have a ReadyBoost Compatible USB Flash Drive; 2) There should not be lot of files stored on it. Connect a USB Flash Drive and wait till it is recognized. Right click it’s icon, select Properties. Drive Properties dialog shall open. Click ReadyBoost tab. Select the option Use this device. Move the slider to extreme right if you want the drive to be used completely. For partial use, adjust the slider accordingly. Alternatively, specify the size in MB. Click Apply | OK.
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