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DatortrimmarenPC Pitstop runs diagnostics on your PC to identify things that might help improve performance. The process is fully automated, private and safe. After the diagnostics run, The will give you tips for improving all kinds of things. Best of all, the service is free!

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red bullet gif image Toms Hardware. The ultimate News source on the computer hardware front, Bookmark and visit often!! Here I always read the reviews before i buy a new piece of hardware!

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red bullet gif imageYour missing drivers you can probably find hear!

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red bullet gif imageYou can quickly inventory your PC and display a report listing the the installed hardware and software with Belarc Adviser which you can dowwnload for free!

red bullet gif image If you suspect a file configuration problem or want to monitor programs' file useage, consider Mark Russinovich's and Bryce Cogsell's Filemon 4,3 ( for free) The utility displays file system activity in real time and lets you filter the result.

red bullet gif image The best download accelerator utility (for free) I have come across is Dowload Accelerator 4.3. It not only breaks a file apart but also searches for the best mirror site and download different parts from different sites.

red bullet gif image Starter-Uppers; Those benign-looking icons that sit in your Microsoft Windows system tray consuming memory and CPU cycles can make your PC unstable and sluggish.
The first layer of defense is Microsoft's System Configuration Utility (just type msconfig in the Start/Run dialog box) This straight forward applet included in Windows 98 and ME lets you choose which program to run from the system Registry, as well as from other start-up files such as Autoexec.bat, Config.sys, System.ini and Win.ini (remember those?

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