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Windows on Speed: Ultimate PC Acceleration Manual

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Windows on Speed: Ultimate PC Acceleration Manual
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Publisher: MakeUseOf.com
Number of pages: 39

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This manual explains why Windows slows down and what you can do to prevent this from happening too quickly. We will explain how to store your data to reduce disk fragmentation, how you should properly remove programs to avoid registry junk, which system maintenance tools you should use to maintain a top notch performance, how to protect your system from malware attacks, and how to physically clean your machine to avoid hardware damage and failure.

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