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Ext User(pcgamer)
16-02-2007, 01:23 PM
Well, after time it seems like most PC's start to have worse and worse
performance levels. This happened with my last PC. I recently bought a new PC
and would like to maintain good-high performance levels for as long as
possible. How would I do this? If you need more info, please ask.

Ext User(Loren Pechtel)
16-02-2007, 02:33 PM
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 17:10:14 -0800, pcgamer
<pcgamer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>Well, after time it seems like most PC's start to have worse and worse
>performance levels. This happened with my last PC. I recently bought a new PC
> and would like to maintain good-high performance levels for as long as
>possible. How would I do this? If you need more info, please ask.

It should keep working. You're probably getting it gunked up with
malware.

Ext User(FreeComputerConsultant.com)
16-02-2007, 02:33 PM
You can start with:

http://www.freecomputerconsultant.com/pc-speed-up.html

Don't install stuff you don't need
Don't install 20 million fonts

Don't have lots of programs that run at startup (usually indicated by
items in tasktray - lower right corner of screen) - ie, messengers, auto
updaters, etc.

Surf carefully

www.FreeComputerConsultant.com

pcgamer wrote:
> Well, after time it seems like most PC's start to have worse and worse
> performance levels. This happened with my last PC. I recently bought a new PC
> and would like to maintain good-high performance levels for as long as
> possible. How would I do this? If you need more info, please ask.

Ext User(orc)
18-02-2007, 04:23 AM
regularly run spybot and or adaware, defrag your disks when needed, run disk
clean up regularly - all of those should help too


"pcgamer" <pcgamer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:FFCF7712-4F6C-40DF-8BE6-7087408DB677@microsoft.com...
> Well, after time it seems like most PC's start to have worse and worse
> performance levels. This happened with my last PC. I recently bought a new
> PC
> and would like to maintain good-high performance levels for as long as
> possible. How would I do this? If you need more info, please ask.

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