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Should I just get a new computer?

Numerous factors can contribute to a sluggish or error-prone computer. These include viruses, problematic apps, file corruption, insufficient RAM, low HDD space, and more. Sometimes, the issue may stem from the computer being outdated, and a mere cleanup would offer only temporary relief, lasting perhaps a week at best. We offer complimentary diagnostics to identify the necessary steps to resolve the issue. Each time you call, you receive a free assessment, allowing you to decide whether the fix is worthwhile, all at no cost to you. Reach out now; there's nothing to lose!

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Things you can try to help yourself

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Many things can slow an aging computer. Memory is the first piece of important hardware easily ignored. If you do not have enough memory your system will inevitably be slow. Follow the steps below to help in speeding up your computer.

*We are not responsible for data loss or how you interpret or use this information. Review the steps below and use the links provided to further your understanding. The applications linked below can cause certain data loss. It is your responsibility to understand these applications and know what they do before you do it.

  • Disable Startup Tasks - Crucial gives great instruction of how to make the changes. As always research what applications you are removing before doing so. If you remove an application by accident you may follow the same steps and check the box for startup as it originally was.
  • Storage - Microsoft offers a step by step guide on how to check for this. If your storage is full or has less than 10% available space, data should be moved to free up some space. A full drive can slow down your computer especially if it is utilizing a hard drive.
  • Uninstall unnecessary applications - Microsoft offers three ways in which you can uninstall an app or program. I prefer using the last method, "from the Control Panel (for programs)". Do whatever is easier for you as all methods should accomplish the same end.

If you have any questions you can ask a tech if he is online. If you have additional questions do not hesitate to call our service desk at 516-698-8000.