keeping computer fast

India
September 19, 2008 1:26pm CST
Guys, i would like to know some cool ways to keep a computer fast and upto date. right now iam using a registry and temporary file cleaner called Ccleaner. its quite effective, but any other softwares that might help?
4 responses
• India
19 Sep 08
what is the ram that u use?? i dont think u need to clean every thing always if you have a good ram.... defragment it regularly after downloading or installing something... and keep your desktop clean and minimise all the tabs that you are not using so that is saves some space on your ram.....
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• India
19 Sep 08
sry for that bad english.... what is the ram.... i mean ram capacity
• India
19 Sep 08
im having 1gb ddr2 ram i think 633mhz or something. thank you for response.
@mirage108 (3403)
• United States
19 Sep 08
I normally use the utilities that come with the Operating system they work fine for me and I haven't had any problems
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• India
19 Sep 08
thank you for response..
@fsound (757)
• Philippines
20 Sep 08
If you are in Windows specifically XP, here's my simple ways to get your computer a little extra fast. Delete those unnecessary start up programs in msconfig, use ccleaner software (recommended), disable unused services, clean your desktop, if possible do not use wallpapers and use the classic theme for windows (no eyecandy).
• United States
20 Sep 08
Hi I'm also using 1GB DDR2 633mhz RAM. I also use CCleaner but I only clean the registry once a month. (always save the back up incase of instability) My advise is only Defragment your drive once a month. Someone in this discussion suggested defragmenting after each install/uninstall but I advise not to do that. It's over doing it and will just add a lot of read and writes to your HDD. For software I have AVG antivirus 8, and spyware software that I'd prefer not to name. ^-~ I also don't use the windows defragmenter, I read there were much better options out there so downloaded something else. ALWAYS get the latest windows updates. I have yet to slow down my two computers or get any malware on them, and I use this old laptop for testing.