As hundreds of thousands of people say, "My computer is running slower". And that is the real truth.
When you buy a computer, it is fast.
Then one year later, it is slow.
And keeps getting slower as the years go on--like an old man deteriorating until his last heartbeat...
Sure, we know, try defragmentation, disk cleanup, registry cleanup, repair sectors, upgrade more RAM, remove unwanted programs, remove unnecessary startup programs, download freeware programs that just further clutter the computer with junk, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera...
Yet, I look at Macs and they don't slow down (or they don't slow down enough to notice).
So I ask anybody, is there anyway to restore a computer back to its original health and speed (or in other words, turn back time) without completely reformatting the hard drive? And don't give me any of the methods above; sure, they work and some really do make a large improvement--but the computer still does not come back to its original state.
So, with this classic question in mind, what is the solution?
May the Force be with you all,
Edited by Shmutz, 25 July 2008 - 05:54 PM.