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Take this information from a computer "geek" - put your photos on an external drive.
When computers reach about 90% of their onboarad "available" memory/storage capacity, they slow to a crawl. Hard drives nowadays are relatively cheap and can be found in many different shapes and sizes. I have a 160 gigabit drive that I bought a few years back. Cost me about $125 back then -- and what you can get 500 gigabit or more today.
Most pictures today run 300 - 400 kilobits to a couple of megabits, depending on the camera's capacity. A gigabit is 1000 megabits (for those non-techies) and these newer drives hold 500 gigabits or more.
Now that's a lot of pictures.
 
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