Wednesday, June 10, 2009

How to Make Your Computer Load Programs Fast

There's nothing more frustrating than having to wait for a program to load on your computer. If you're anything like me, you'll probably have an idea of what you want to do... right now... and anything that stops you from doing that is only causing you a problem. There are millions of computer users who have to put up with slow loading programs every day, and fortunately for you, there's an easy way to fix it that even a beginner can do.

It all boils down to one problem on your computer. That problem is the 'registry'. This is the central database for your PC, which holds all your program's files and settings. The reason why this database makes your computer slow to load programs is because whenever you do anything in Windows, it always needs to read instructions from the registry, on how to do it. The speed at which your computer can read through these instructions determines how fast your computer will load the program.

This means that if any of the files, that Windows needs, are hard to read, then your computer is going to have to spend longer and longer trying to decipher what it needs to do... which makes programs extremely slow to load. There are many different registry files, but the biggest problem is that a big chunk of these become corrupted and damaged, which makes all sorts of parts of your system run slow.

The easy way to fix this is to simply fix all the corrupt files in the registry. And to do that, you just need to be able to use a tool called a 'registry cleaner' to scan through your system and fix all the bad files. These tools are simple software programs which sit on your PC and then look through every registry file on your system. You'll be surprised at how much they speed your computer up by - you just need to install one, click on "Scan Now" and will automatically fix all the bad files in your computer for you.

You can speed up your computer a lot by using a registry cleaner. And we've found the best one to speed up your machine is one called RegCure

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