Little-Known Software Helps Computer Owners Stop Computer Freezing Problems
Sioux Fall, SD -- Computer users who want to stop computer freezing problems have long had to rely on uneconomical methods to fix slow running computers. Users have typically had to either hire a PC technician or else buy a new computer.
Many computer owners do both. Many PC techs are afraid to touch the kind of problem that most often causes computer freeze-up. Thatís why they will often recommend either re-loading Windows (which usually requires a hefty data back-up fee), or else an entire new computer.
As anyone might guess, technicians will many times recommend this only after spending several hours ďpoking aroundĒ on the slow running computer--often running up charges that could contribute significantly to the price of a new computer.
What causes a computer to freeze? Sometimes it is a problem with the way a certain application was programmed. More often, however, it is a problem with an unstable or damaged Windows registry.
The registry is a database that routes software program files to their proper destinations. Computers would run much slower without this registry. Unfortunately, registry damage often stops computers dead in their tracks.
This damage can be caused by viruses, spyware, and Trojan horses. Product updates, programs that donít uninstall properly, and time can all contribute to registry instability.
Options for owners who wanted to stop computer freezing problems on their own have typically been to reboot Windows, fix the registry themselves, or buy a new computer. The few users who tried to tackle their registry by hand usually ended up settling for one of the former two options (especially if they ruined the registry--which they often did).
Over the past several years, a few companies have produced software programs designed to clean up and fix this registry. These programs arenít yet as well-known as many popular anti-virus programs. Yet they will often stop computer freezing problems that these other programs canít.
While registry cleaners arenít nearly as popular as anti-virus programs, there is enough competition that top-of the-line cleaners can be had for around $40 or $50. Users who would like to stop computer freezing problems can get a free scan from software whose full version costs less that $30 at http://optimize-your-pc.com/regcure/comp_freeze.php.
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