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A Clean Computer Is A Fast And Efficient Computer

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By : Brian Williams    29 or more times read
Submitted 2008-06-15 00:00:00
All computer users want the same basic things, a PC which is fast and efficient, and a clean computer will run much faster and more effectively than one which is not clean. Over time, debris may build up in your system, dirtying up your PC and causing problems and error messages to occur. Many of us have computers bogged down with games and other programs and applications, as well as start up files that are not wanted and tons of temporary and Internet files, so that our systems resemble an overflowing garbage can. When this happens it is important to clean computer programs and systems.

Cleaning up your PC will give you a tremendous boost in performance and speed. The first place to start is the Desktop, and this should stay as clear as possible. Many users have shortcuts to a number of different programs, and this will clutter up your system and cause a performance loss and slower speed. Next you should remove any programs that you do not need or use, like those games you beat two years ago but never got rid of, and music you no longer listen to. Fewer programs means less speed loss and a clean computer which performs better.

A Clean Computer In a Few Simple Steps

Clean out the Startup menu, removing any programs that do not need to run every time your PC is started. Delete all cookies and temporary files, and remove any saved web pages and Internet files. Organize your My Documents folder and remove anything that is not needed. Run Disk Defragmenter to solve the problem of programs which are fragmented in different locations on the disk, because this utility will bring all the fragments to one location, so they can be found and accessed quickly and easily.

Get rid of any duplicate files and programs. Many computers may have several programs that all do the same thing, and eliminating all but the best one will help you clean up you PC and get better performance and speed. Make sure to clean computer thoroughly. This means vacuum out any dust bunnies peeking out of the fan, and keep the hardware of your system clean. Wipe down the casing and use compressed air to clean the keyboard and other areas where dirt and debris may accumulate.

Some experts recommend wiping the hard drive clean, and then reinstalling the operating system as a way to clean computer systems, but you should not attempt this unless you know what you are doing, otherwise you may end up with a useless pile of junk that will not start up or run. Instead of this step, a registry cleaner can be just as effective without any risks involved.

Use a registry cleaner to ensure that the registry of your system stays clean and works optimally. Broken links and fragments from removed programs can clutter up the registry, causing many problems and error messages, and a registry cleaner can eliminate these troublesome things in minutes. You simply install and then run the program, and in no time your registry will be clean and your PC will be working faster and better than ever before. This will ensure clean computer components and systems.
Author Resource:- Brian Williams is a self-confessed PC fiddler dedicated to 'spreading the word' when it comes to fixing PC errors and helping people make the most use of their PCs. For FREE ACCESS to more PC tips n' tricks, just visit
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