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How can i fix my gaming laptop??? Disk usage at 100%

VboyVboy Posts: 6Member New User
I have just bought a gaming laptop the acer nitro 5 (amd variant) was working well for the first two weeks then i noticed that the disk usage is at 100% and also it lags very much.... i also went to the task manager and saw it was mostly windows causing the disk usage what can i do?
●Tried reformatting it
●cleaning malware(ran malware bytes)
●disabled superfetch and windows search
●ran hd tune (no problems on hard 
drive)
Here is a pic https://imgur.com/a/H1mezXx
Can anybody please help me.....

FAQ & Answers

  • SharanjiSharanji Posts: 3,881ACE Pathfinder
    edited October 9
    Vboy
    If you’re noticing slow performance in Windows 10, please try the following steps : 
    >>>>Stop programs running on startup
    Right-click the taskbar and select Task Manager or hit Ctrl-Shift-Escape to launch. Head to the Startup tab and you’ll be able to view each item that runs on startup.
    Go through these and decide which ones don’t need to start automatically. 
    To disable, simply right-click and hit Disable. Remember, you’re not disabling the program, just the fact that it runs on startup.
    >>>>Find programs that eat up resources
    Right-click the taskbar and select Task Manager. Click More details to find out information about the programs that are currently running on your computer.
    If you need to close something, try closing the actual application first. If it won’t close, come back to the Task Manager screen, right-click the application, and hit End task.
    >>>>Try changing the Initial Size and Maximum Size to the Recommended File Size for both.
    Click on Start and type “Performance” and click on “Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows”
    Go to the Advanced tab and click on Change in the Virtual Memory section.
    Now uncheck the option Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.
    Select the C: drive where Windows 10 is installed and then choose Custom Size. If you have a 2nd hard drive, then disable the Page File on your C: drive and enable it on your 2nd drive and set that one to Custom Size. Then change Initial Size and Maximum Size to the Recommended Values by Windows which is in the Total Paging File Size For All Drives section. Now click Set and then hit OK to save the settings.
    Reboot the computer for the changes to take effect and fix the Windows 10 slow performance.

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  • Red-SandRed-Sand Posts: 1,575ACE Pathfinder
    Have you checked if windows is updating itself?
    Or antivirus scan?

    If your disabling indexing did you also disable indexing from selecting the drive then right click > properties > uncheck the index this drive box?
    - Hotel Hero
  • VboyVboy Posts: 6Member New User
    Yeah windows is updating but for the 1803 version but it just stops and when it finishes downloading it downloads all over again...
  • VboyVboy Posts: 6Member New User
    I updated to windows version 1803 but the problem is still here....
  • VboyVboy Posts: 6Member New User
    I just ran the system file checker it says it did not find any violations

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