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Old 31-03-2010
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Stress test for Windows 7

Hello friends, I need some help for a stress test for Windows 7. I am not acquainted with how to do such a test because I have been advised that it is not good to play around with the Windows 7 operating system. Actually, when I was playing a game called NFS Carbon, it was crashed by the system. I ignored it for that time. After that, I has a continuous experience of browser crashes and other such applications and programs. Hence, I am looking for the test, so that I can optimize mu computer.
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There must be a problem with the copy of the operating system

It seems that there must be a problem with the copy of the operating system because of which you are facing some of the issues like constant crashing and so on. I think that rather than looking for a stress test for Windows 7, it will be better if you format the computer and install a new copy of the Windows 7 operating system. If the problem still persists, then try for the test.
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Use TuneUP Utilities

I suggest you to use TuneUP Utilities for the stress test for Windows 7. This particular software is compatible with the operating system and it provides an overall optimization of the system. It provides an additional feature, that is the defragmentation of the drives. So, there is no need to search for some other software or application for this purpose. I am sure that your problem will be solved with the help of this tool.
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Fix the errors in the registry

Hello there, according to me, you must fix the errors in the registry for the stress test for Windows 7. Since, there are some modifications and errors in the registry, there are particular issues in the system. The value of the applications and programs must be in a very bad situation because of which they keep crashing. Use Registry Mechanic to solve the problem.
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The system is overloaded

Your computer must not be capable of running the Windows 7 operating system. The system is overloaded because of which there are constant crashes of the applications and programs. First, check out the system requirements for Windows 7, that are given below and if you can be sure that your computer is capable enough for Windows 7, then only got for the stress test for Windows 7.
Windows 7 system requirements
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Windows 7 utilizes a lot of unnecessary resources

It has be researched by the experts that Windows 7 utilizes a lot of unnecessary resources. Thus, there is always a need for the stress test for Windows 7. I use "Optimize my PC" for this purpose in my system with the Windows 7 operating system. This is a tool that will monitor the problems that are going on within the system and it will alert you if any issue is detected.
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