Do Slow Computer Problems Have You Frustrated?

By: Daryl Moore

These Six Steps can Get You Running like New Again

Slow computer problems can do more than decrease your performance on your PC. They can also cause your internet to run slower and damage components within your computer. Though there is no one miracle fix to the problem as a whole, a combination of factors can have you fixed in a short amount of time.

This article will offer a snap shot of the steps needed to fix slow computer problems.

Step One: Do a Free Scan from an Effective Registry Repair Product.

If errors are found, you can then pay for the repair option (which is applied in seconds after purchased). This will help establish a more efficient central file system in your computer and will also condense the size of the files in the registry. Errors will be removed and the registry will be optimized if one of the better software programs is used. The best product, by miles, that we have reviewed is Registry Easy. This software will not only repair and clean the registry, but will also optimize your system and Internet Explorer in the same software. Go to to get more details or to do a free scan. Make sure errors are detected before you purchase the repair feature of the software.

Step Two: Purchase an Effective Spyware Product and Run it.

This will eliminate hurtful Spyware, Adware, Malware, and Viruses on your computer. One extremely effective software is Xoftspyse by Pareto Software. Go to for further information.

Step Three: Utilize Your Operating System's Tools to Free up Hard Drive Space.

Go to Start > Accessories > System Tools > next, do a Disk Cleanup, then Disk Defrag, and finally initiate a restore benchmark but do not run a complete restore (just yet).

Step Four: Eliminate Any Unused Software From Your PC.

Go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > choose the installed programs and remove them if you aren't going to use them in the next 3-6 months.

Step Five: Remove History and Temporary Internet Files off Your Explorer Browser

Go to Settings > Internet Options). This will make surfing easier.

Step Six: If Needed, Do a Full System Restore.

This can take some effort, so only do this if the other steps didn't fix the problem. Make sure to restart your computer to let the other changes take effect before doing a restore.

The impact of only a few steps alone can be great. If you do each of the steps mentioned here, your computer will be performing like a champ again.

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