A computer upgrade can be a tempting proposition, now that 2013 is in full swing and new computer models are going to be released; especially if you’re unhappy with your current computer’s performance. However, before you spend any money on new hardware, make sure you’ve optimized the computer you’re already using. …you may not need to upgrade at all.
Over time, your computer’s hard disk can suffer from fragmentation. In simple terms, this means your data is not being stored on the disk as efficiently as possible, and there are portions of unused space that aren’t being used to their potential. “Defragmenting” can fix this by reorganizing your disk into the most efficient configuration as possible. After defragmentation, most computers run faster, and can often seem “like new”! Why pay for a computer upgrade and buy new hardware when you can first experience what your current computer is like when running at potential?
There are a variety of companies offering this, but EarthLink’s PC Fine Tune also fixes registry and disk errors, improves start-up performance, and removes unnecessary files.
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