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#1 eddoran

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 02:25 PM

HI :tophat:  MY NAME IS ED AND I AM IMPRESSED WITH WHAT YOU ARE TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH. I WAS LOOKING ON HOW TO CLEAN MY COMPUTER IN GOOGLE WHEN LO AND BEHOLD I FOUND YOU. :clapping: 

I AM IN OHIO AND ORIGINALLY FROM WEST CHESTER, PA UNTIL I LEFT THERE AT THE AGE OF 73 TEN YEARS AGO. I SPEND ABOUT SEVEN TO TEN HOURS A DAY ON MY PC.  :bounce: 



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#2 synergy513

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 04:29 PM

Welcome aboard Ed,

 

            Cleaning a PC is a great idea and the download section here at BC has the tools . If you are like me, then you admire the casual users who learn to maintain their current systems so as to avoid laying down bucks for a replacement. But in hindsight, instead of all the hardware upgrades at 10s of dollars a shot, maybe getting  shiny new 64 bit system would have been the way to go, but 10s of dollars is a wee bit more palatable than 100s.


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#3 eddoran

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Posted 12 September 2013 - 06:11 AM

THANK YOU 513. I AM TRYING TO DECIDE WHETHER TO PURCHASE A REFURBISHED XP PC FOR $45.00(FROM THE OFFICIAL MSN REFURBISHER) LIKE THE ONE I  HAVE THAT NEEDS THE ERROR CORRECTED THAT IS   LISTED IN MY INTRODUCTION AND A CLEANING AFTER 4 YEARS OF USE

YGRENYS 315 - ONE QUESTION TO YOU IS "WHY A 64 BIT"? THANK YOU SNERGY 513. :tophat: 



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Posted 12 September 2013 - 07:01 AM

Lets see, i think there is a section under the hardware group on "advice for buying a PC"

 

        XP group in the operating systems section is a good place for a new topic about errors.

 

 

 64 bit to 32 bit is like comparing a 4-lane highway to an 8-lane highway, and the cars are compared to data. twice the traffic moved  in the same amount of time.

 

 but really, after it is all said and done , 64 bit windows 7 is notably better at utilizing sky-high (16GB+) RAM.


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