Here Is How I Fix My Slow Computer

When I need to fix my slow computer, I simply run a registry repair software. I used to get pretty upset when my computer would start running slow, locking up, restarting, or even giving me the blue screen of death. But now, no worries any more. I simply run my registry repair software, fix the errors causing the slowness, and let the software fix them for me. Using a registry repair program is the best way I have found to fix my slow computer.

The reason the computer gets slow is due to the registry files becoming corrupted, or messed up, in simple terms. These files tell the computer or laptop how to operate the software installed on the system. If any of these files get messed up, the computer is not sure what to do and this will really slow down the computer. The other scenario is where you download other software, screensavers, pictures, videos, or even music, and this will somehow change the settings on a registry file. When this happens, the original program that needs that file now has the wrong instructions in it. So, it will cause the computer to run slow, or in a worse case, crash.

The best thing about using a registry repair software is the fact it is fast and simple to do. This program will run a scan of your entire computer, and find all of the errors currently on the computer. It will then return a report to you, on a screen, listing all of the errors your computer system currently has. All you need to do is click on one button, and all of these errors get fixed. Now your computer is running smooth again.

Another feature of this software is you can set it to run however often you want to. I personally run mine every Saturday at 7:00AM. It starts up, scans, fixes, and shuts down all on its own. This keeps my computer running fast, and helps fix my slow computer by eliminating the potential problems before they happen.

Michael Baker is a Computer Optimization Technician, and recommends getting a Free Computer Scan to fix any problems such as computers freezing, locking up, restarting for no reason, and getting the blue death screen.