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Many Things Can Cause A Slow Computer
For the half of respondents who thought that a reboot or A/V software would fix the problem – they’re right only if the slow computer problem was a runaway process or a virus. Both of these things can cause slow computer performance, but they’re not the leading causes of chronic slow performance.
Chronically slow computers can be caused by a number of conditions. The number one cause of a slow computer is the lack of available RAM in a computer. If you purchased your computer with the minimum complement of RAM and you want to run the latest operating system and applications, you’re probably going to be disappointed with your computer performance. So, if you want to speed up your computer, just install more RAM, right?
Just like runaway processes and viral infections, a lack of RAM can slow computer performance. Adding RAM will speed up your slow computer if you don’t have enough RAM installed for what you’re doing. If your computer has enough RAM installed, adding more won’t help much.
The key to solving slow computer problems isn’t doing one or two or even three things. It’s knowing what’s causing the performance problem in the first place. One known performance killer is excessive, unnecessary registry entries. Computers that have been in service for awhile tend to accumulate a lot of unnecessary code in their registry files. The computer has to read through all of the registry information, whether it’s relevant or not. Keeping your computer registry files free of this unwanted and unnecessary information will help keep your computer running smoothly.
Using RegCure is a great way to ensure that your computer registry gets clean and stays clean, eliminating performance problems that may crop up over time. RegCure has been downloaded millions of times by users all over the world who can attest to its ability to keep their computers running smoothly. Download RegCure today and see what a difference it can make when it comes to resolving slow computer performance.
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