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My Paint Shop Pro is running SO slow..what do I do?

My Paint Shop Pro is running SO slow..what do I do?

My Paint Shop Pro is running SO slow..what do I do?

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Its been running really slow for a couple months now. It takes so long to draw a little graphic that I have basically quit using it. I have uninstalled it and then re installed it twice. The 2nd time I had a really hard time getting it to install at all. Is it my computer? Or my Paint Shop Pro? Any suggestions? I would really appreciate any help. Carmen

RE: My Paint Shop Pro is running SO slow..what do I do?

The next time it is running slow go to your desktop right click on My Computer choose properties, click on the performance tab and see how much memory you have available. You might want to check and se how much stuff you have auto loading. The next time you boot your computer before you open anything, check to see how much ram/memory you have available.

If you less than 80% on boot up, you might consider not having so mcuh auto load. If you have less than 65% or so while PSP is open, thne close any other programs you have open.

mike

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