shadowstorm wrote:Sorry, but all I can say is to have as few programs running as possible. Maybe if you close some background things (CTRL+ALT+DEL, Processes) it would help, but if you don't know what you're doing when you do stuff to those you could mess up stuff. Umm.... Have patience is the best thing, I guess, unless you upgraded your computer or got a new one. Sorry I couldn't help more.
Meep wrote:My computer was being really, really slow.So I bought more ram. 512MB for $20. (Yay, sales!) It was worth it, and the nice people at the computer store will usually install it for a fee, so you don't have to. (I had a friend install mine.)... that, and be sure to check for spyware/virii, because they can seriously slow down a computer. (I mean seriously.)edit: looking over your website, I found a lot of typos. (Even bandaging, in your title & URL, was spelled wrong. *meep*) I would recommend copy + pasting all of your text (even the navigation, I see spelling errors there, too) into Microsoft Word or whatever, spell checking, and then pasting the fixed up version back into your pages.
Meep wrote:Spelling's pretty important in both writing and webdesign, especially if you hand code your pages. (I'm guessing you don't, but I don't know.) It's really important to spell check things.
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