How To Make Your Computer Run Faster Than Ever

I must admit, one of the most frustrating things in my life is … a slow computer. I hate the way it works and makes me wait, wait and wait. And the most annoying thing … I don’t know why it happened because a couple of years ago my PC worked amazing.

Actually, every few years I buy a new and expensive PC and I love everything in it: how fast it starts up, runs programs, and loads sites. But now it works that slow I am ready to kill it. Why?


The answer is simple, but only a couple of tech specialists know it. It’s not the computer hardware that cause all these mess, the problem lies in changes that occur to the PC’s software. The two most common reasons are:

Registry Errors
Every time somebody loads a program, game, or file, your PC’s software registry is updated with new instructions. The saddest part – even when you delete the loaded item, these instructions usually remain on your PC. So, every time you run your computer it tries to fulfil these instructions but, but they are already removed and it causes a registry error. As a result, your PC does a lot more work than it should.

What to do?

There are numerous programs working registry errors, one of them is called ARO 2011 and it scans, identifies, and fixes registry errors. Get a free version and try it on your PC.

Spyware And Viruses
Those tricky helpers cause you a lot of troubles and make your PC work very slow. Most spyware and viruses get onto our computers through files that we download from the Internet. These bad programs tend to take up a lot of computing power.

What to do?

Here is a simple rule to follow: never download any free software programs from companies you do not know and trust. What is more, make sure you have a good anti-virus/spyware removal software running at all times.

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