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Possible to speed comp up with tunings/configs?


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Im running fine with my pc, but just wondering if there are stuffs i can alter/configure to speed things up further.

Lmk if u need more infos that i can provide. Also would help if u have the link for the download so i can paste the results here. Dont really know pc that well.
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Reboot and run disk defragmenter, set a restore point then install the trial version of tune up. Run the disc clean up, registry clean up then run the reg defrag. Optimize the computer then optimize the connection. See how it is

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is this considered over-clocking my comp? does that mean it'll have a shorter life-span?
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It won't be overclocking your computer. That involves changing bios settings and stuff. Your computer will be fine :tazz:
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ok thx =)
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