How Can I Speed Up My Computer That Is Getting Slower By The Minute?

How can I speed up my computer is probably a question computer users ask more than any other. This is because computers that run Windows operating systems tend to slow down over time. Sometimes, computer slowdowns can become very pronounced. They can cause the computer user to want to rip his or her hair out as he or she waits for the computer to respond to simple mouse clicks!

Sometimes a computer that was very fast and efficient a short time ago can suddenly become very slow. This aggravatingly slow computer is often accompanied by error messages and maybe even computer crashes. In other words, a perfectly fine computer can suddenly become drudgery to use.

Not a Computer Problem

When I say a perfectly fine computer, I mean this because this type of problem that is slowing down and popping up error messages at you is usually not a computer problem at all. Much more frequently than not it is a problem in the Windows structure that is causing this slowness and erratic behavior.

If nothing is done to correct these problems, the computer will simply become unusable over time. In fact, the only thing that will get this computer back on its feet would be to reinstall the Windows operating system. Doing this, of course, will erase all the information on your hard drive! So, once Windows is reinstalled you will have to find all your documents, JPEGs, etc. and reinstall them. Of course, if you don’t have a backup of these files, well there’s nothing you can do.

Registry Repair to the Rescue

However, usually the computer that is having these problems can be repaired. Simply using a registry cleaner can cut all the clutter that has built up inside of Windows and after this is done, almost miraculously the computer will revert to operating like it did before any of these problems began.

The part of Windows that becomes cluttered is its registry. This clutter is usually referred to as corruption, or corrupted registry files. It is because registry files are corrupted that Windows can’t deal properly with all the information that is flowing through it. However, once the corruption is removed all the impediments that had been blocking the computer speed are removed and all the confusion that was causing computer errors to pop up disappear.

So, how do you get your computer speed back? You can do so by keeping the clutter, or corruption out of your Windows operating system’s registry. And how do you do this? Usually, the easiest, cheapest and quickest way is to simply use a registry cleaner.