5 Reasons why your Computer is Running Slow

by Techchef Data Recovery Techchef Data Recovery
The pandemic scenario is not easy for all of us, and if we count the IT industries, the pandemic has tremendously affected the sectors. 

In this situation, work from home might be the safest solution, and to ensure business operations run smoothly, time and coordination should be in a perfect loop. 

As remote workers, we have to take care of minute things that may hamper the workflow, and if your laptop doesn’t seem to keep going with your time, it would be pointed at you only. 

Here are some reasons that might hamper your remote work by slowing the performance of your laptop. Trigger them before they hamper the work operations of your organization. 

1. Too many browser tabs or programs are open

You might be busy shuffling from one program to another while doing your office work. Opening more than one tab at once is usual, but this can slow down the processing speed. 

Rotating from one program to another is fine, but keeping tabs open that are useless at that time could turn problematic. 

You should quit or shut down the programs that might not be in use at the particular time and consider opening them later when in use.

2. Memory or hard disk storage full 

Experts say it doesn’t reach 100% of capacity when the laptop starts slowing down or shows a downfall in performance. It usually happens when the read/write capacity of the hard disk reaches its limit. When you download, install, update, or open cache, all contribute to finishing the drive's read/write capacity, leading to slow down the laptop’s performance.

3. Software updates

The auto-updates of programs could be one of the culprits to max out the storage of the laptop hard disk. The pre-automatic updates activated that come up with the OS may hamper your workflow and your data security by interfering with the system's normal functions. 

4. Applications automatically open with windows startup

Some program updates are automatic that comes with the OS; some applications open as soon as you start up the laptop. This drastically drags the laptop’s performance and slows down functions when you take actions while working on the system.

5. Computer infected with a virus

Indeed many malware or malicious programs that enter via the website or pop-up ads in your system can ruin the overall performance of your laptop. These malicious programs encrypt your files that might also lead to permanent data loss, and need immediate data recovery solution to decrypt the files in the system.


It is of utmost importance to always run a scan that encounters the laptop's performance or check the programs that might be eating your disk space. Not only it is essential for the compliance of the organization data but also to run the operations smoothly that can affect your productivity. If the laptop hard disk fails or encounters a virus in the system, consider a data recovery service provider that can provide effective solutions. 

Techchef can take care of your Productivity in this Pandemic

Techchef is the leading data recovery service provider that offers world-class solutions to customers worried about data loss problems in this pandemic. We have 15 + years of experienced experts that utilize state-of-art technology to recover your data loss worries that might be due to virus, ransomware, failed laptop, corrupted files system crashed system, etc. with Techchcef, you can rest assured of data loss problem with the most reliable at safest data recovery solutions. 

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Call us right away at 1800-313-1737, and we will be present to serve you in this pandemic with expert data recovery solutions. 

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