So, I just got a brand new HP laptop (Windows 7), and it came with the default OS “Windows XP”. I have had this laptop for a little over a year now. I use it pretty much everyday for everything. When I started having problems like the computer being so slow, and even the system not being able to boot up or close all that slow, I knew I was facing an uphill battle if I was going to fix the problem.
So I proceeded to perform a complete system scan with Windows System Manager to find out what the problem was. Apparently, one of the default operating system updates pulled a lot of system resources and processes from my computer. So after clicking through all the processes, I located the error and it was locked. But, I could still continue to go about my business as normal.
It turns out that this is a very common problem on most Windows Operating Systems. This update was made months and even weeks ago.
The update was not complete and only needed to be partially completed. Now, the operating system is bogged down because the system resources are tied up and cannot proceed. It’s a bit of a catch 22.
But, I wanted to get to the bottom of the problem, so I used the Remove Windows XP Registry Easy. With the easy to use software, I was able to easily uninstall windows XP registry updates, all with just a few clicks of my mouse. It was really a very simple process, but I still recommend that you perform at least one of these scans on a regular basis. It is quite possible that your operating system may have become corrupt and erroneous and it may require an upgrade.
When I was looking for answers on how to uninstall windows 10 updates, I did some research online. I was able to find several articles and blogs that were written by others who were in the same boat as I was. They were very helpful and gave me insight into what to look for when doing a windows XP registry clean-up. Here are some of the tips and tricks that they shared: