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A slow computer is one of the very circumvent thing in our life. We a buy a PC every few years just to feel the speed of it starting, running all programs and loading to the internet. But it starts to slow down, until one day we start to pull our hair out waiting for it to do very basic actions. You don't need a technical expert to find out the reason. The good news is, that it is not the computers hardware that's the problem. It can be perfectly restored and used as it was originally. The main reason is the problem with the PC's software. 
    The TWO most common reasons for the slow down and its solution are given for you:


     When ever we upload a program, game or file, the PC's SOFTWARE registry is updated with the new set of guidance. But when the item is removed, these instructions generally hover in the computer itself. Each and every time you run your computer it tries to behead these instructions but, because the associated  program can't be found, it causes a REGISTRY ERROR. Because your PC is doing more work than needed, it becomes slow. 

     One of the easy and recommended way to solve this registry error is a smart and accurate tool from SUPPORT.COM, a Silicon Valley based company. The tool is called -ARO 2013. This scans, identifies and corrects the registry errors which gives us back a fast computer. It is also user friendly. It was rewarded a fancy 4.5 / 5  by CNET's editorial staff, and has been downloaded more than 30 million times.
    A free version of the software is available in the net. It will immediately scan the PC and determine all the registry errors. It also does a free scan for junk and checks the PC's baseline security status. It will identify the first 50 errors for free. If there are more problems you will have to purchase the program for just $ 29.95. After that, registry errors will no longer be a problem. 



     These are software programs that are loaded on to the computer without our acquaintance or con-donation.
 They do the following things to the computer:

  • They change off the default search engine in the browser.
  • Tracking your Web surfing habits and showing you targeted advertising.
  • Using your email program to send out spam to other email addresses/
  • Stealing your personal information.

They mostly enter the PC through the files we download or from the net or even as attachments to emails. They use up a lot of computer power as a result of which the PC becomes slow. To avoid this catastrophe, it is better if we don't download software's from unknown companies - particularly emotions and screen savers. Don't open the mails from the people whom you don't know. To avoid this, install a good anti-virus/spyware removal software in the PC and keep it running round the clock.