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I was wondering which system tool to get and which ones people reccomend.

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Personally i think the best system tool is the person sitting in front of the computer. I have has System Works and i no longer use it. The only thing i use from norton anymore is Ghost. Most other system tools i have are just certain programs for what i want to do . I use regseeker to keep my registry clean. Some others tools are just my preference so i don't usually recommend them as others have had problems with them. I think it has to do with the skill level of the people using the tools. In my opinion there are no automatic tools to fix everything.

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Ok, So how would i go about making my pc faster when booting and loading games etc?

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Kurt
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