The "System Idle Process" is a process with the lowest possible priority (it's effectively zero, if I recall), that takes all unclaimed CPU. It's impossible to kill it, but it does nothing -- so if a process needs the CPU, it can take it. The more CPU this process claims, the more CPU your computer isn't using. If it's above 20, it means your computer could easily handle an additional program.
The antivirus from microsoft is OK if you got it from microsoft.com.
Remove all the Dell stuff, and remove MSN if you aren't using it (don't uninstall them, just remove them from startup).
Why is my 1.5 GB ram OLD PC (5 years old) go faster than my 3GB Ram PC (2 years old)?
My new PC
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 350 @ 2.27GHz 2.26 GHz
RAM: I already told you
Processor- Calculations pSec: 2.6
RAM- MO pSec: 5.5
Gaming Graphics- 5.1
Primary hard disk: 5.9
Data from: Computer Properties
Your laptop ( I assume this because of the mobile processor ) has an integrated gpu, which, by today's standards, is absolutely ****ty. Coupled with the fact that from the WEI, your processor is pretty weak as well. RAM would have no effect in this case, your foundations are too weak.
Umm i dont really know whats wrong with my computer but i have gotten 9 blue screens of death to day, i seem to get them every hour, and i really dont know why or how to fix it.
( ignore this )
~Twisted and Rammjet tried to help me out on JVKlub but i dont think the dance worked :c
When the BSoD happens, can you see what error message you get?
I didnt see what error message it was, but i just now got another BSoD ( thats 10 so far in one day ) and i managed to take a picture of it, i think i took a picture of the wrong half so this might be useless
in other news just did a quick scan of my computer, i have 4 trojan's...