07-03-2014 05:02 AM
I think that with regard to software there is not much you could probably do. Keepeing Windows clean with no malware and unnecessary application running background. You could check the health of your HDD drive with a tool like CrystalDiskInfo - sometimes broken HDD can slow down the system significantly without any other signs of a failure.
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06-08-2015 07:50 PM
yes, there are some ways you can do.
First, you can reinstall your system. The best system use time is limited, if you think your system is used for long time, i think you need to reinstall your system.
Second, download a free pc faster software to helps you. Clean computer and system junk.
Third, you can update hardware drivers. This right and suitable drivers can update the computer speed. For your 2000z drivers, you can get it from here: https://www.driverdr.com/hp-drivers/hp-2000z-300-cto-notebook-pc-drivers-free-download