Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) August 27, 2008
In an age of rising gas and food prices, the last thing families need to worry about is investing hundreds of dollars for a new computer. A new ebook offered at http://www.slowcomputerhelp.com illustrates that most older, slow, and error-prone systems may simply need to be re-tuned with a few mouse clicks and cleaned of old files to work as good as new.
"I have a lot of clients who come to me worried that they need to buy a new computer," says Chris Molnar, Web developer and author of "The Slow Computer Emergency Repair Kit". "I simply ask them to perform a few basic mouse-clicks to clean their system and adjust a couple settings to optimize their start-up times. They are then amazed at how fast their computer responds again, and how easy it was to do."
Every casual computer user will know this scenario: where once your new computer responded impressively fast, after a few months it becomes sluggish, the hard drive light flickers too often, email takes forever to download, and crippling errors or crashes begin to pop up with increasing frequency.
A frustrated user may think they need to go to a computer repair shop or shell out money for a brand new system. In most cases, the clunky PC simply needs a quick tune-up. All computers eventually grind down due to factors such as:
- Unused files and programs
- Spyware and viruses
- Damaged registry (the "library" of Windows)
- Hard drive fragmentation
"The Slow Computer Emergency Repair Kit", written in consultation with professional PC repair technicians, solves all these problems and with less than 20 minutes of work. Additionally, an optimized computer will often perform even better than when it was bought new.
"When you buy your computer new, there will often be a lot of junk files and advertising programs you will never need," notes Molnar. "Cleaning these out and adjusting some of the internal factory settings will make a huge difference in the speed of your computer."
The Slow Computer Emergency Repair Kit is an easy to understand, visual 5-step program that involves:
1) A thorough cleaning of a sluggish computer, including junk files and advertising
2) Tuning and optimizing the start-up process
3) Ridding the computer of spyware and viruses
4) An ongoing Maintenance plan
5) Advanced, easy to understand cleanup options
A bonus chapter illustrates how to install more memory, one of the best and cheapest ways to further boost a computer's life and speed. It's much easier than you think.
Instead of worrying about needing a new computer, a simple electronic cleansing and a couple settings tweaks will likely be all that's needed to boost the life and speed of an existing computer.
For additional information, visit http://www.slowcomputerhelp.com