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Is the "PC Tune-Up cd fromTiger Direct worth $30?

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I just bought a motherboard from Tiger Direct. The salesperson I talked to on the phone suggested a "PC Tune Up" disk, so I bought it. The case says it helps with memeory optimization, hard drive degragmentation, and automatic driver updates. I do all the maintainence on my computer with various free software. Is this disk worth keeping, or should I send it back and get my $30 back? I suspect these computer optimization disks are an easy way for Tiger Direct and others to make easy money. Thanks for any replies.
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Send it back!
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I agree as miracle tune up disk usually will cause more problems then they can fix. Good old fashion maintenance does a much better job.
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