What Can You Do To Speed Up Your Aging, Slow Computer?

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You would be surprised at how much you can actually do to speed up your PC.  First, go through your computer’s programs and delete what you don’t need.  This involves going through your system files and eliminating old programs, outdated word documents, and other obsolete files.  You should also delete your Internet search history and your temporary files.

The above-mention tasks already will free up space and speed up your slow PC.  However, you should have enough memory. Remember, you should always have at least 512MB of RAM on your computer for it to function correctly, and nowadays it’s better to have at least 1 to 2 GB of RAM.  You can also invest in a routine computer maintenance program to speed up your computer and ensure its longevity. It also helps to physically dust the inside and outside of it with an air can once in a while.

Not only that, but also the right registry cleaner will scan your PC regularly and find problems before they get out of hand.  Furthermore, if you spot malware or viruses early, it is easier to get rid of them before they damage your machine.  A good security system is also necessary to protect your computer and keep it running smoothly.

Guest Author: Erin Walsh a passionate PC Health Boost blogger and she often writes about ways you can speed up your slow computer and in turn maintain your sanity. Please go here to learn more about maintaining your computer with a registry cleaner:  visit http://www.pchealthboost.com/lp/clean/clean-up-pc.php.


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