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Windows On Speed: The Ultimate Guide to Get Faster Your PC

It is usual that after a long time the performance of a computer changes considerably. It will take long time to boot, freezes-up occasionally, and error messages are very common. To solve such issues you need either to format the hard drive and install Windows or take necessary actions like reducing disk fragmentation, delete registry junks, etc.

To help you, here is a well-written eBook titled ‘Windows On Speed’ that describes a complete set of procedures to speed-up your computer. This eBook lets you know why Windows slows down and what you can do to prevent this from happening, in a very easy to understand manner.

It lets you know how to store your data to reduce disk fragmentation, how to avoid registry junk, which tools you should use to maintain a superior performance of your system, how to protect your system from malware attacks, and how to physically clean your machine to avoid hardware damage and failure, etc

You can download Windows On Speed (PDF) at source here.


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