Repair Slow Computer Video
Here's a quick little video that explains why computers tend to get slower over time. When I say over time, I mean they can take a short time like 2 to 3 months or in some cases it takes a year and a half to two years for computer start to lose some of its zip.
When a computer starts to perform poorly it rarely has anything to do with the inner workings of the computer itself. Yes, sometimes it happens because a computer isn't inherently as fast as some others and there are instances where adding more RAM helps. However, usually a computer slows down because things happen to the Windows operating system that make the computer need to work harder so it can work through these "things" that have happened.
The three things that were talking about that happened inside Windows are
Spyware and/or malware
Device drivers become outdated
What the video is about is explaining why these things occur and what you can do about them. In fact that's what the entire website, repairslowcomputer.com, is all about. Still, it is often easier and more convenient and more enjoyable just to watch a video to get the lowdown on something. This video is short but it pretty much explains all of things that work on Windows to make your computer go slower.
Also, remember that malware and spyware steal computers resources because they are software programs that become installed on your Windows operating system. Still, it is very important to realize that these things while they are slowing your computer down can be doing some incredibly evil things to you, your credit rating and your finances in general.
So, it is important to use a malware remover, otherwise known as a spyware cleaner, for reasons other than just keeping your computer fast.
Also remember, that aside from a coming slow these things can make your computer prone to error pop up messages, freezes and crashes; this even means the dreaded blue screen of death!
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