One of the major causes of slowdowns and frequent glitches in the computer can be trivial house dust, which cannot be beaten by software tools like Reg Organizer.
Dust is not only an unpleasant sight on the surface of the computer, but also a real problem that can seriously affect the device’s performance. The internal components of the computer generate heat, and dust on their surface creates additional insulation, making it difficult to dissipate heat. This can lead to overheating, component damage, and reduced performance.
Even high-end modern computers working under Windows OS may start working slowly. Some replace it with a new one immediately; others try to fix the problem using various applications, successfully or not.
Below you can find several reasons for system slowdown, and learn the most efficient ways of solving such problems. You can rejuvenate your PC without replacing it (as long as all components of the computer are functional and healthy).
Doing the same tasks over and over encourages finding a quicker way to accomplish them. Windows has such a thing as the command line that allows executing certain applications with a single command avoiding a long chain of mouse clicks. You simply need to press the Win + R combination and type the corresponding command. Here is a list of 56 commands you may find useful in your everyday work with Windows.
Select your browser: – Google Chrome – Mozilla Firefox – Internet Explorer Google Chrome Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. Select Settings. Click Show advanced settings and find the “Reset browser settings” section. Click Reset browser settings. In the dialog that appears, click Reset. Note: When the “Help make Google Chrome better by […]
If after cleaning up the registry a certain application starts failing, you should restore the system. If after that the problem still exists, please direct the registry cleanup data to the developers so they could perform a detailed analysis and fix the program to prevent such issues in the future.
In Reg Organizer there’s a built-in protection system that automatically creates backup copies of all data being changed in the registry during the cleanup process. This allows you to restore your system in something went wrong. Faults are rare when you clean the registry with Reg Organizer, but they still may happen sometimes. If that […]
We all know what a file archive is. Simply put, an archive is a container with a certain amount of files put together so that an operating system treats them as a single file. The advantages of using archives are also well known: at first, archiving can significantly reduce the amount of disk space needed to store the files, both due to compression of files and due to space saved from partially occupied clusters. Also it is much easier to send a single archive via FTP or by e-mail rather than scattered files.
Internet is full of various cloud services that allows their users to store any information on their servers. This is convenient to store backups. First, archives on the remote server do not depend on the health of your hard drive. And they are always available, from any place in the world. So this article shows how to create automatic backups using any archiver, Windows Scheduler and one of such cloude services – Dropbox.
There are many different backup applications all over the web. However few of us know that an automatic backup system can be built with a usual archiver and the built-in Windows Scheduler. Let’s take a closer look on how this can be done.
In Windows 7 the operation of deleting files or folders is implemented in a very smart way. To begin with, a user can remove objects one by one, or with entire groups. For the first option, you should simply set the cursor to the desired file or folder. To perform group deletion you should select objects with your mouse and Shift and Ctrl buttons.