Malware rubbish is like any other rubbish: annoying, useless, or in some cases downright dangerous.
You wouldn’t let garbage pile up in your house, and you shouldn’t let it accumulate in your computer.
Last time we talked about cleaning up registry files and temp files.
You can check that out here. http://mypcsupport.ca/take-garbage-clean-computer/
So what are we talking about now?
CCleaner your computer!
We’re not talking about the parts of the computer that you can see. We know that the interchangeable laptop cover, or the led lights that flicker out the side of your desktop case are great to look at. But when you are ready to use the computer they have nothing to do with function or performance.
We want to clean out the inside, so that it runs faster, without any hiccups.
So lets get started. A clean computer is faster and easier to use.
A lot of performance issues can be traced back to fragmented files, old files and registry errors.
CCleaner is a great free program with a number of excellent apps for keeping your computer running smooth. Download CCleaner here. Continue reading Take out the garbage. Or how to have a clean computer.
There’s a cure for your infected computer.
” Dad, I don’t feel good.”
How many parents have heard that?
The first question you might ask is “What’s wrong?”
“My head hurts.”
“My stomach is sore.”
“I banged my leg.”
When we notice something wrong with our child they can tell us the problems. With a few well chosen questions, we understand the problem and provide a solution. Soon all is better and now we have a happy child once again.
Unfortunately, your computer can’t tell you what’s ailing it. Or can it? Maybe you’re not getting the message. There are reasons why your infected computer is “acting up”. Let’s check a few symptoms and look for the solutions. There are some “home remedies” you can use, and experts available when you need them.