Get Your Computer Back in the Fast Lane

Does your computer take forever to load programs or change pages when you’re surfing the Internet? Have you ever been in the middle of writing an e-mail and it freezes, forcing you to reboot and lose all your work? There are few things more frustrating than a slow computer, but it doesn’t need to be that way.
Having a professional look at your system can be costly and buying a new computer is often unnecessary. There are some steps that you can follow to keep your system running at its best.
1) Limit open programs and windows. If you have too many Internet windows open or are working with a variety of computer programs at once, your computer might run slowly. Limit open programs and windows to maximize your computer speed.
2) When in doubt, reboot.Sometimes there are things we just can’t explain with computers. If yours is running slow, try rebooting. Often this is all the system needs to begin functioning at a normal pace again. Although many programs have automatic retrieval of work, it’s a smart idea to always save what you are working on before shutting down.
3) Use a registry cleaner.Even if you're extremely careful about how you use your computer and never download questionable material, over time it is inevitable that your system will accumulate unwanted registry entries, errors, clutter and debris.
The most common causes are the installation and removal of software, online games, application crashes and upgrades of software programs. While many errors will go unnoticed, the more errors your computer has, the greater the chance that you'll experience trouble. But there is something proactive you can do to protect your system: install a one-click tool called Advanced Registry Optimizer 5 (ARO 5) that will scan, identify and repair errors.
Advanced Registry Optimizer 5 was awarded 4 stars in May 2007 from CNET's editorial staff: 'Advanced Registry Optimizer will clean your computer's clock and keep it ticking.' Still not convinced? Sammsoft, a Washington State software company, offers free trials of their ARO 5 software people can use to check their systems for errors.
Once the download is complete, just click the 'Run' button to install ARO 5. Once installed, the program will do a complete scan and diagnosis of your computer's registry and tell you how many errors are present. It will then fix the first 20 problems completely free of charge.
There's no catch. The company is confident you'll love the personal version of ARO 5 so much you'll consider purchasing the unlimited commercial system which retails for $29.95.

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