The secret to speed up your computer

Come to the point, do you want to speed up your computer, right? Who doesn't.

Here are five simple ways:

1. See how much system memory you have. Slightly less than 4 concerts are considered low these days. The good news is, RAM is very cheap, and so easy to set up that you can do it yourself. I'm not going to write the course here, but the tail is it, just shoot the stick in the empty slot (that's what she said).

2. Turn off all the annoying programs that start with your computer. This can be done by entering msconfig in the run. There you can access the Open tab and disable all the annoying programs that slow down your computer. This can make one of the most noticeable differences in PC speed, and it only takes a minute to do.

3. Free up space on your hard drive. A full disk runs slower than a half full disk. Just like a fat person, it runs slower than the one who is slim. It's like the world goes around. Free up any disk on your hard drive and I will make sure you will immediately see the performance of your computer.

Scan your computer for viruses and spyware. These little buggers can really affect your computer's speed, big time. AVG is a good free virus scanner that you can install. It's also very light, so it shouldn't slow down your computer. You should always have an anti-virus system running, especially if you surf the internet. There are thousands of people out there trying to steal information from innocent people. Don't let one of these people be you because you left your computer unprotected.

5. Invest in a good registry cleaner. I can't stress this level enough. One of the main causes of PC slowing down is the bloated registry. Registry cleaners scan your PC for corrupt, copied and obsolete keys and remove them. This alone will make your computer run like Superman. Okay, maybe not faster than speeding, but you know what I mean.

Follow these five steps and you can turn off having to buy a new computer for a long time. Take it from someone who uses a computer that is five years old and still running strong: the secret is maintenance.


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