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Speed Up PC in 5 Simple Steps

There are many ways to improve computer performance, from hardware upgrades to editing the registry. However, upgrading hardware can be pretty expensive. In this article we're going to show you how it's possible to speed up PC in five simple steps.
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Optimize Windows 7 - Quick Tips

Windows 7 looks and feels a lot better than any previous Windows version - it's fast, responsive, and highly customizable. Nevertheless, it's still possible to optimize it for even better speed and usability. Here are some quick tips that will help you.
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How to Perform Hard Drive Diagnostics

Hard disks usually seem as dependable as the transition from night to day. Unfortunately, hard disks can and do fail... Today we look at how to check your HDD for signs of failure using this easy guide to hard drive diagnostics.
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Removing Software - Tips on How to Uninstall Programs Properly

By Liz Cornwell 9 April 2009 in Cleanup & Repair
Most professionally created programs include an option to uninstall the program. However, there are lots of problems that you can encounter while uninstalling. Here is a step by step guide to removing software that you no longer want on your PC.
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Defrag the Registry to Speed Up Your Computer

Programs on your computer access the registry thousands of times per second. This means that the registry gets bloated and fragmented with time, just like hard drives. And of course that affects your PC performance and makes your computer slower.
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