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Slow PC (new) HP Pavilion x360

HP Pavilion 13-u100 x360 Convertible PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I recently bought a HP Pavilion x360 less than three weeks ago.

As predicted, on logging in the pc spends the next few times that it boots updating windows.

 

Once I installed software that I use, I found my computer hanging even if I had just Adobe Photoshop and a web browser open.

 

4 GB RAM, 1TB Hard disk space ( with enough manually allocated cache for adobe software)

 

 

I ran a system scan and there was an error message at the end of the scan-

 

 

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I also cleaned temp files, adjusted visual display settings for better performance. 

But still the computer is abysmally SLOW. Saving files for work on Photoshop and Illustrator also run into memory errors and is a bit frustrating. 

 

 

Would appreciate help that I can get solving this!

 

 

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Slow PC (new) HP Pavilion x360

From a command-line prompt, enter:   notepad c:\Windows\logs\CBS\CBS.log

and see what error-messages are recorded in that file.

 

Having "Disk 0" report as "93% busy" is not normal.

At the bottom of that window, click "Resource Monitor".

Drill-down on the disk-usage, to see which programs are opening which files.

Click on any of the column-headings to sort the rows into ascending/descending order.

 

What do you see?

 

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