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The Ultimate Windows Speedup Guide From Auslogics

Though, Windows has its own built-in tools and methods to keep the computer fast and stable, most users don’t know how to use them properly. The ultimate Windows Speedup Guide from Auslogics explains everything in plain English and helps you bring your aged computer back to life.

In 15 chapters, it describes everything and provides step-by-step guide to keep your system fresh. You don’t need to be a computer geek to make your system fast and stable.

You can download the eBook (PDF) free from Auslogics. Remember that the company offers a limited number of downloads only. So if you are interested, please download it right away before the download limit is reached. (via)


  1. The book looks interesting. However, the download button is disable unless you use Twitter or Facebook spread the word. Since I don't have either I'm out of luck.


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