Monday, July 13, 2009


Disadvantage Of Cleaning Your System | Keeping System Clean

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.
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If you’re not convinced that your computer needs a good cleaning, then you’re obviously a discerning person who needs to examine all the ins and outs of an issue before making a commitment. 

That, or you’re in denial and won’t make a change until you’re operating in crisis mode. And if you have not read the benefits of cleaning your system, i recommend you to read my earlier post before reading this.

Every coin has two sides, and unless you’re a bunko victim, the two sides aren’t the same. I’m no bunko artist, so I’m pleased to point out that doing a cleanup also has its negatives. You need to be aware of those negatives, right from the get-go:

Time-consumption: Cleaning your computer takes time. You probably feel strapped for time right now, don’t you? (Most people do.) Cleaning your computer can take anywhere from a trivial amount to a   substantial amount of time. I’ve cleaned some systems — completely — in as little as two hours, while I’ve spent days cleaning other systems. How much time will your clean-up take? I can’t answer that, but I can say be prepared for a time commitment and be patient — your time will pay off in the end when your computer is running more smoothly.

Fortunately, you have some control over how and when to spend that time. You don’t have to spend it all in a single block, although you could. You can spend the time over a period of days or weeks, as the time becomes available.

The learning curve: Part of the time required to do the cleanup is rooted in another drawback: the learning curve. Figuring out how to use some of the tools you use to clean takes time. If you’re already comfortable with your computer and the cleaning tools, then your learning curve is lower than for those who are unfamiliar.

The bother: I won’t lie to you — cleaning up your computer can be a bother. If you approach the task as a chore, then it will be bothersome. But I encourage you to fight the urge to procrastinate cleaning; don’t put it off as you might other bothersome tasks. To borrow a phrase, remember that it’s not just a job — its an adventure.

Try to overcome the “bother factor” by looking on it as a learning experience. If necessary, spread out the cleanup over several days so that you don’t max out your stress level in a single session.

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