Who hasn't had to deal with a slow computer?
Even users of Apple, those with the latest and greatest laptop or a high powered desktop, you still can find yourself at the other end of a slow computer that is driving you crazy.
The next step most consumers take is trying to find someone or some place of business to fix it, and that can be costly on a number of levels, whether you're paying for parts, the deductible even if you have insurance on the computer or the ridiculous hourly rate that you'll find on that invoice.
And while some PC and Mac problems can't be fixed by the user, and often times you have to seek the help of an expert, you also can find a way to take the problem as your own and tackle the slow computer on your own, minus the high fees that typically are involved.
Some may find it too difficult, but the truth is that fixing it doesn't have to be an all in or trying task.
The easiest place to start is deleting temporary internet files and programs that you're not using. This common task has been around since the dawn of the computer, and the programs and deleting them will make a slower PC run like a charm most of the time.
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