How To Remove Spyware & Speed Up PC in Under 5 Minutes

How To Remove Spyware & Speed Up PC in Under 5 Minutes


Hey what’s going on everybody Chad Christian here bringing you another video in my how-to series today I’m going to bring your video that will show if your system is running slow or if you think you might have a virus or spyware so a couple things that you can do let me take you right into it is I’m windows seven eight or ten if you go to your start and go to the command type in ms config which brings up your system configuration what we’re going to do is we’re going to check a couple of options here the nice thing about using this is if you take away an option that you didn’t want to take away let’s say we disable one of these and it was your printer or a print driver and you reboot and you’re like oh no I can’t print what you can go right back into it and reenable it so what you’re looking for is looking for any applications that you don’t recognize and the best thing to do is if you see something just type in google what the name of it is and most likely it will give you hit and show you what it’s about if you see a bunch of things in here that you don’t that you did not install make sure you click on them and you can enable it here or disable it so i always go through i always clean these up you can see just over time from having things installed that that I go in and disable it another good thing that you can do is if you click up here on the users and open up your user account you’ll actually see what’s running now you can sort these by cpu so how much processor is being taken up how much memory is being used and going so you can see right now that this is showing you know my OBS so my studio that’s recording the system i have steam running in the background origins running in the background court on eccentric cetera but if you see something in here that most of the time if it’s a virus it’ll just be a bunch of numbers and letters not always but ninety-nine percent of the time that’s the way they look so what you want to do is if you go into that you can click on end task right here so this is the nvidia capture server just click on and task and you can now see that it went away so anything that’s listed in there make sure you get rid of it now this is just running in the background right now so you have to make sure it is disabled and the startup because if you don’t if you just go straight into this user’s panel and disable it the next time you reboot they are going to be there again because they’re running so another thing that you can check is your services you want to make sure you don’t have any abnormal services running you can see you’re the nice thing about the services is that it gives a description of each thing that’s running and what the status is of that so if you want you can just stop any services that you don’t recognize spooler units for your print spooler but if you see something strange that you don’t recognize you can literally right click on that tell it to stop or start so again you want to look up anything you don’t recognize anything that’s abnormal make sure you do a search for it and that will that will find it for you so that’s going to take care of pretty much ninety percent of any spyware that you have out of there now another thing that i recommend is that you clear your browser history or cash if you guys want to see a video on that make sure you leave a comment down below I might also do a tips and tricks on how to remove viruses and or spyware and spam off your system if you’re interested in that is a how-to video also make sure you leave a comment down below and as always make sure you guys hit that thumbs up if you liked the video make sure to subscribe hit that notification wheel so it’ll tell you if you you know when i have a video come up and i’ll see you guys on the next video

4 thoughts on “How To Remove Spyware & Speed Up PC in Under 5 Minutes

  • Which operating system you see best for performance on a PC with Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 2,40 Ghz 2M Cache, 4 GB DDR 2 And Intel G33/G31 Express Family Chipset 64 MB system memory 0 MB dedicated memory ?

  • Hey +Chad Christian! I think you should check out the Dell Latitude 7370 and do a review. It is pretty much the business counterpart to the XPS 13, and can be found sub 1000 dollars.

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