If you find that your computer is running slower over time, it is not necessary too surprised. There are many things that can slow down a computer. But, how do you know whether your computer is running at optimal performance? Here in this post you will get to know what slows down a computer and how to health check computer with Windows Care Genius – a pc diagnostic and optimization tool.
As we know, a computer performance tends to naturally degrade over time. Installing and uninstalling programs leave behind residual files; deleted files cause lots of useless files (cookies, temporary files, caches). These files can slow down your computer after a while. If you are a tech savvy, you can find these useless files and remove them manually, or you can rely on a PC health check software like Windows Care Genius to do the hard work for you.
Running a PC health check can tell you the PC health status and help you keep your computer run in optimum condition. Windows Care Genius provides free PC health check and maintenance.
Step 1. Open Windows Care Genius on your computer, there is a green Checkup button on the center of software interface. Click it to perform an immediate PC health checkup.
Step 2. After a while you will receive a health index and issue details. The PC Health Index ranges from 0 (worst) to 10 (best). The computer health results are classified into several types: privacy risks, security projects, useless files, invalid registry entries, system tuneup, and computer traces and browsing history. Highlight a category can expand details included.
Step 3. You can click “Fix” button to fix all these issues and problems immediately.
After all these issues are fixed, your computer is now in its optimal performance. You can then find the computer is running faster and more smoothly.
To save time and efforts, you can even create schedule task for regular automatic clean.
A healthy computer is what we are looking forward. With Windows Care Genius, PC maintenance and speedup is not a hard job for us.comments powered by Disqus