But if you are saying that not even 1% is possible I thing that is wrong. When you can clearly navigate around quicker after using a program.
Where did you hear that there is such a program? Could you provide a link?
No I can't provide a link, I just said what I meant in a "common sense" sort of way. Not trying to be a smarty pants or nothing like that, but can't some of use agree?
Don't get me wrong. I am sure that a lot of the problems I have had with my computers in the past "maybe" have been from certain boost programs, or cleaner type programs...who knows? Not me, I am not a computer expert, nowhere near that. Maybe more of it is in my head, you know, like, me just "thinking" I am surfing the web, or gaming at better speeds. But then again, sometimes I swear I can notice it...
But I am completely on Aura side when it comes to what he is saying, I don't doubt him for a minute that using these programs all the time and switching around and using all different types of them will eventually cause errors or what ever it may be.
The only reason I use such programs is, I guess, because everything is in one package? Like CCleaner for example, it has a lot of different options all in the one program and like everybody in the world (exaggerating) uses it. You know?
I also have been using a program that helps supposable boost windows and has tons of features with it call "Wise Care 365". The free version only comes with so much, but I kind of like it. After having a lot of programs opened up while working or surfing the web, when I am done I click the boost button and it frees up memory. Now, most of what I free up comes back and restarts on its own, but some things don't (depending on which programs I had open).
I am just flabbergasting(I don't even know what this word really means), but take everything I say with a grain of salt. As said before I am no where near a computer expert, nor claim to be.
I am here for the purpose of "wanting" to be a computer expert, in certain areas, that is. Don't use none of these programs unless you know what you are doing because you can mess your computer up, I do agree with what Auro said. When I use them I am vary cautious and if I see problems I try to figure out why I got that problem and try to figure out how to fix it.
I am done talking on this post, I have to post a reply to Auro now. Good luck my friend, stay safe!!!.