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Repair information for the HP EliteBook 840 G3. This Hewlett-Packard laptop is designed for enterprise usage.

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My pc takes forever to start, although it has SSD, and it lags a lot

I have an Hp computer that used to work just fine, until recently, it takes about 2minutes to turn on when it used to turn on fast, plus when im using it it suddenly lags and i cant use the mouse or move anything when that happens, I turn it off and on to fix, I don't understand what is the issue.

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Check if you have lots of programs starting up on start up.
My last computer had the same problem, click the windows key and look up "task manager" and open it. at the top there will be a list of tabs, click "startup" you will see a list of apps. If you see any like Spotify or Microsoft teams, click on it and in the bottom right corner click "disable" If you play games and have steam downloaded, I recommend not disabling it as from what I know it will refuse to load.

How full is your SSD by the way I found that if it's rather full it can slow down the computer a lot. Not just the unnecessary huge apps but the really small ones as well, when uninstalling them do it via settings. press the windows key and look up add or remove and go from there.

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There could be several reasons why your PC is slow to start up and lagging. Here are some things you can do to fix the issue:

1. Check for malware and viruses: Malware or viruses can slow down your PC's performance significantly. Use a trusted antivirus tool to scan your system for any malicious software and remove it if found.

2. Disable unnecessary startup programs: Sometimes, too many programs starting up with your PC can delay the startup process. To disable unnecessary startup programs, go to the task manager, click on the "Startup" tab, and then disable any programs that you don't need.

3. Clean up your system: Over time, your PC can accumulate temporary files, old installations, and other clutter that can take up space and slow down performance. Use a disk cleanup tool to remove any unnecessary files and free up space on your hard drive.

4. Check for software updates: Outdated software can cause compatibility issues and slow down your PC's performance. Make sure all your software is up to date, including the operating system, drivers, and applications.

5. Remove unneeded files and programs: If the above steps do not help, it could be that your PC is running low on storage space. Uninstall any programs and delete any files that you no longer need to free up space.

Hopefully, these tips will help you fix the issue and improve your PC's performance. If the issue persists, you may want to consider seeking advice from a professional technician.

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