Monday, July 13, 2009


Benefits Of Cleaning Your System

If your system needs cleaning, you’ve come to the right place. By cleaning Windows  you can put your system back to near-new condition. Don’t clean, and, I promise you, the crisis will come soon enough -- Read the disadvantages of cleaning your system.
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You’ve finally reached the big time — the benefits. Specifically, the benefits of cleaning up your system, which I list here:

If your mind works like mine then you will want to examine the advantage of cleaning your system. Doing so can help provide the rationale for the cleaning work you do.
Speed: A clean system runs faster than one that needs cleaning. Do you remember when you first got your PC? You probably thought it ran very fast. If your system stays clean, you shouldn’t notice it running any slower over time. Unfortunately, most systems don’t stay clean and require your attention. Give it that attention — that is, do the cleaning — and your system can run just as fast as it did the day you got it.

Efficiency: If you’re using a clean system, you can get through your work faster, and you are therefore more efficient. A clean system doesn’t make you immensely more efficient — if it did, the self-help publishing market would shrink dramatically. You can still get sidetracked playing games or arguing religion and politics on various message boards, but with a clean system you can do even those things more efficiently.

Reliability: A huge benefit of a clean system is that it is more reliable than one that isn’t. If you fail to clean your system, over time it goes from clean to cluttered to messed-up to unstable. Unstable systems crash. Unstable systems have a tendency to lose data. Unstable systems are a real pain. Clean your system, and you should see stability jump dramatically. No pain, big gain.

Stress reduction: Do you like to sleep at night? Do you prefer having no worry? Believe it or not, having a clean system can reduce anxiety and provide peace of mind. How so? Consider the worry you would have if a virus infected your system, or if you weren’t sure that the financial data on it was safe, or if you didn’t know what programs were running on the system, or . . . . You get the idea. Worry comes in all shapes and sizes. If you clean your computer, you have a better handle on what’s on your computer and how it’s being used.

Economics: Cleaning your computer can save you money — sometimes lots of money. I suspect that hard-drive clutter has helped boost the bottom line of hard drive manufacturers significantly over the past decade. Running low on space? Get a new drive. Computer running slow? Get a new system. Chances are, some of those new drives and new systems would have been unnecessary had the users done just a little housecleaning. 

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