Is your computer running slow?

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  1. archi13

    archi13 New Member

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    Pc Optimizer Pro is a very recommended software that enables you to scan your system and fix registry errors, remove Internet tracks (IE and Firefox) and PC usage history, shred sensitive files, manage startup programs and more. The software includes a backup feature that allows you to undo any changes if needed. Speed up pc without any keyboard operation and hardware upgrade.
     
  2. dorkultra

    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    finallyfast.com is all you need

    my computer is fast...finally!
     
  3. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    finallyfast.com >>>> Pc Optimizer Pro
     
  5. kimsland

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    You cannot speed up the PC with this (spam) application
    The only thing that can speed up a PC is updated Hardware (or possibly over clocking)
    NOT Windows Software!

    I wouldn't buy from people who say that a Windows program can speed up their computer :p
    Only one word for it > Idiots.
     
  6. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Nah, some programs can legitimately improve things by cleaning up messes that unskilled users leave behind, but it generally only does any good the first time you run it.
     
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    Try CCleaner
     
  8. datamonger128

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    Yes, you need a website to make your computer run faster. Maybe if one wasn't such a moron and actually knew how to take care of a computer this wouldn't be a problem. There are many of these "ones". A majority of them are known as teenage girls and adult girls that still act like teenagers. All these people know how to do on a computer is MySpace/Facebook, flash games, iTunes, and Limewire. They will download the dumbest things and will download a "virus scanner" that is from "Microsoft" even though the window for the "virus scanner" is an XP window and their OS is Vista.
     
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    CCleaner is where it's at. I don't need your spam bullshit. Ban this guy!
     
  10. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    I don't even use CCleaner. I do my cleaning the right way -- manually.

    Datamonger, it's people like those who deserve Macbooks.
     
  11. dorkultra

    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    :rofl: '10 getting into it. just keep your system clean. i like to run true image's try out service, if i install an application thats crap, i can roll back the system with a single click

    regular backups are key. if you trash your system , just roll back.

    i run ccleaner every once in a while
     
  12. Mr.Sarkasmus

    Mr.Sarkasmus New Member

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    Windows slow down is inevitable, just resinstall windows once a year or so.
     
  13. deusexaethera

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    Not so much. If you remember to:

    1. uninstall programs you never use
    2. delete the folders those programs leave behind
    3. delete your Temp files and internet cache
    4. defrag from time to time, including a boot-time defragmenter like PageDefrag
    5. recompile the Registry hives once a year using NTRegOpt

    ...you'll be able to keep your computer running smoothly for years. I know, I've done it. The only slowdown you really can't avoid is degradation of the hard drive platters, but if you keep the drives cool you can minimize that effect too.
     
  14. CodeX

    CodeX Guest

    Christ I hope you are all trolling :ugh:
     

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