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Old 06-10-2008, 10:40 AM   #1
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LXer: 3 Reasons Why Your System Might Be Slow

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Computer users expect their systems to work well at all times, but unfortunately this isnít always the case. If your system becomes slow, there certainly is something you can do about it. This article will help you understand whatís happening on the system, whether itís the computer in front of you or a system youíre accessing remotely. Naturally, I presume youíre running Linux, and the tools described here are Linux tools. If youíre on some other weird system ( ;) ), your mileage may vary.



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