Last updated: July 5th, 2014
Is your computer running slower than it used to? Here are a few ways to speed up your slow computer. If you are on dial up, it is time to upgrade. Contact your Internet provider and talk with them about the possibilities of upgrading your Internet.
Do you have less than 512 MB of RAM? If so, it is time to clear some space on your computer. Try deleting extraneous programs, updating your computer, cleaning your computer’s registry, and delete your Internet search history regularly.
Another good thing to do is to check your computer’s hard drive health. Over time, your computer could mess up and scatter pieces of your files across your hard drive. This is called fragmentation. It happens to even the best computers, so it is a good idea to invest in a disk defragmenter to ensure that your files are stored in your hard drive properly.
If you don’t have a good security system, it is a good idea to get one. With an increasing amount of people and websites on the Internet today, it is much easier for your computer to catch a virus or install malicious programs without your knowledge. A security system would prevent these things from happening and give you some piece of mind.
About Author: Erin Walsh is the main blogger for the PC Health Boost blog where you can find just about any answer to a question on how to troubleshoot slow computer problems, screen freezes, blue screen of death errors, and many other registry problems. You do not have to purchase the software to seek the free advice.