Why My Window Laptop Noisy And Slow When Surfing The Internet?

Your window laptop running slow and making a buzzy noise?  before you throw it out of the window or take it to the technician and spend extra money, here are some ways to solve these issues by yourself,    in this top you see why your laptop is making noise and slow while surfing online.

Some of the helpful tutorials shared here will also work with the Apple MacBooks, so without any further ado let see why your laptop is slow and noisy at the same time while surfing.

Why My Window Laptop Noisy And Slow When Surfing  The Internet?

Your window laptop running slow and making noise when you surf the internet might be due to hard or software issues, for instance, overheating,  or when the cooling fan is not functioning properly, or maybe there is a  dust build-up that had blocked the laptop components and the cooling fan.

Other important factors include a noisy hard drive, this may happen when the hard drive fails.  And maybe there is not enough space on your laptop or the minimum RAM  space for your laptop is not met, but alas the good news is that you can fix all these issues yourself, here is how you do it. 

How to Fix Windows Laptop Is Noisy And Slow

Here is  what  you can do to fix a laptop  noisy and running slow

  •  Clean the dust and dirt on the cooling fan and true all the buildups that can block the free airflow.
  •  Scan your laptop for malware and virus with antivirus and remove them if  found
  • Update  the drivers of your laptop
  • Run a diagnostic hard drive or replace it
  • Make sure there is enough space to run and render your heavy software  on your laptop
  •  Use  disk cleanup tool  to clean  and free up more space
  • Checked through programs and uninstalled what longer you don’t use.

 

A trick here on this video, showing  you how to reduce heat and noisy sound on your windows laptops enjoy <<

Solution – 1.1)  Clean the dust and dirt

Due to dust and dirt buildup inside your laptop, it could start heating up, and when it’s hot it still has to run the fans harder which is why it makes buzzy noise than normal.

So, to keep the laptop at an acceptable internal temperature, it’s advised to clean it up, open it up, and dust out all the dirt buildup on it.

Most importantly if there is build-up on the cooling fans and that of the keyboard and touchpad

Check around while Having it open

While you have it open try to check around and pinpoint what is actually causing the noise, if it’s clear that the cooling fan is loudly then the heat is a very likely cause. then clean it up. Use compressed air to  Blow out and remove any dust that might be blocking your laptop, it’s advised to clean up your laptop regularly at least once every 6 to 12 is recommended. 

   What  if it’s a rattling sound or vibration

However, if it’s a rattling or vibrating sound you may want to ensure that nothing is being pressed or something loosely rattling around while the laptop runs.

What If the Cooling Fan is Not Working?

This is another obvious common hardware issue here, so don’t panic when the fan stops working, the causes could be low CPU temperatures are or maybe you are not running any heavy applications.

Solution – 2.2) check if its  hard drive Issue And Replace.

But before running the diagnostic hard drive, you want to first make sure that noise is coming from the hard drive. See hard drives are normally  silent but some do make a muted clicking sound when they’re being accessed or turned on.

If you start hearing noises occasionally or noises that you have never heard before, for instance, if the noise is clicking, grinding, vibrating, or squealing-like sound of a thing, then it might be hard drive, here is how to check out.

 How to check your laptop if the sound is coming from the hard drive

To check if the loud buzzy sound on your laptop is from the hard drive just unplug the power and data cables from the hard drive and reboot the system. If you still hear the sound, the issue is not with the hard drive then here is what you  do:

Run a free diagnostic Software

If you’re pretty sure, however, that the sound is coming from the hard drive itself, you can run free diagnostic software.

What if laptop Diagnostic fails?

If it fails, then you want to replace the hard drive, if the diagnostic software fails,  it means that there is an issue related to the hardware of the drive.

If in that case, there is nothing you can do except to replace it.   It advised to back up your laptop to save up all your files before replacing them.

Solution  3.3)  Maximize The RAM

Make sure there is enough space to run and render, clear all cache, temporary files, Log files, if you’re still using a hard drive then it’s time for your to upgrade to  SSD, use the disk cleanup tool to clean and free up more space or check for programs that you don’t use and uninstall them and see if that fix your laptop.

 Here is another video showing you how to  speed up your laptop enjoy <<

Conclusion: Why is My Window Laptop is Noisy And Slow When Surfing  the Internet?

  No matter what might be the cause of your laptop issue, whether is a hard drive or software issue,   overheating, or  RAM  space is not enough you can fix all these issues yourself by following the helpful tip shared here. 

Hope this post help you and  If you have any question comment or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others thanks.

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