Like a human virus, a virus makes the infected computer “sick”: it causes poor performance, crashes, lost files and data, or more.
If, during that operation, you attempt to close the window and nothing happens, after a few seconds Windows might add “(Not Responding)” to the title bar to indicate that it has tried to pass your request to the application, but the app’s not listening.
After you clear DNS cache, your PC will query names of servers for the new DNS information of website. In the Run text box, type: ipconfig /flushdns Press Enter or Return, and dns cache of Windows OS will be flushed.
I am using windows XP PRO, and I am having difficulty when I am browsing or using a program.
The actual cause, and the solution, will depend on the specifics of what you’re seeing.
Does it happen all the time, or only when you do certain things? All of these things and possibly more are clues necessary to ferret out the cause and come to a solution.