New Windows automatic update of August 10, 2011 is our extremely slow laptop. What should I do?

The day before I had defragment the hard drive and do a "Disk Cleanup" after many months.  Laptop was significantly faster.  Then, there was an automatic update of Windows and now the laptop is extremely slow.   Any suggestions as to what I should do next?  Thanks to you all!

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·         There were several updates installed?

·         Have you checked the problem in safe mode?

Check to see if the following is useful.

Method 1: Start the computer in safe mode and see if the problem persists. Report of the results.

Method 2: Log on to the computer manufacturer site and check if you have the latest drivers installed.

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