Why Does Your Computer Have Frequent Problems?

by : Saifudin



Computer has performance has slowed. This is the number one complaint from most users. There are several reason why this has occurred. However, most can attributed to lack of maintenance. Fragmented data, corrupted registry, spyware, and load of unnecessary programs and services running can all eat away at your PC speed and performance. Manage your programs and cleaning your registry would easily award you a 30% gain in performance speed. Check out The 4 ways to speed up my computer

Update Windows and drivers.
Some lockups can be caused by outdated software components - update your windows and drives by running a windows update: http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com (it's good idea to run it regularly).

"If it ain't broke, don't fix it". When you upgrade, the file formats are sometimes different from the earlier versions of the software. This means you cannot go back to the earlier versions because they don't recognize the new file format. Do not assume that newer versions are better than the earlier versions. All you have done is make the software producer richer! Have a firewall and virus checker and keep them up to date

Why Computers Crash? Improper Cleaning Procedures
There are a lot of hardware components that run together to make your PC work. Over time, these components can age and begin to work improperly. Unfortunately, these problems are hard to fix because they aren't always consistent. Moreover, the components inside that tower can overheat and begin to fail. If your RAM (random access memory) or Central Processing unit (CPU) gets too hot, they will fail and your computer will crash.

That is why there are fans built into each tower. These fans, though, can bring dust and other tiny particles into the tower and cause all the components to clog and eventually overheat. An easy solution for this is to take the casing off your tower and buy a can of compressed air. Don't blow into the hardware yourself, as you may spit a little or get dust in your face and sneeze all over your hardware. This could cause further problems with your computer. Use the compressed air from a distance so you don't do any damage, and please, do this outdoors. Keeping them clean is one quick way to solve the "Why do computers crash?" problem.

Tons of unwanted software installed in the computers. Try to remove unwanted software in the computer. Because they consume lot of computer hard disk and also requires a large chunk of your computer RAM (Random Access Memory). Sometime some crucial files required for running these programs or software may get deleted or corrupted, so it results in hanging up your PC.