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Top 10 Freeware To Speed Up Your PC

by Johnny Karp 14 November 2009 7 Comments

This is a guest post by Gagandeep Singh, he is working as an Internet Marketing Expert for Fortepromo, which manufacturers Custom Flash Drives and Custom USB Drives custom printed with your logo that is functional, portable and keeps your corporate logo in front of any audience. In this post Gagan suggests 10 great freeware programs that can make your PC run faster and wiser.

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EasyCleaner 1. Easycleaner: – Easycleaner is a free Utility from ToniArts with a nice interface. It will Windows registry for entries that are pointing nowhere and delete them. Also you can search for duplicate files. It also has useful features to manage startup programs, invalid shortcuts and add/remove software list. You can download this Tool HERE




  • pcmemoirs said:

    I use CCleaner myself. I have to test some of the other programs you suggested. Thanks.
    I’m not so sure about memtest86 though? Isn’t that just a test to see if the memory is faulty? How is that going to speed up the PC?

  • Johnny Karp said:

    Thanks for the comment mate. Memtest doesn’t speed up the pc, but a memory fault would surely slow it down 🙂

  • 10 Free programs to speed up your PC | PC Memoirs said:

    […] any new tips and tricks for my readers, but I do have an interesting Web site to recommend. Over at Freeware Mission I found a great post about free programs that can speed up your computer. I hope you will visit […]

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  • Jhessa Reid said:

    It’s so nice to have a post like this which deals in improving computer’s performance. As we know computers are slowed down by junk that has been collected from surfing the internet, such adware, spyware and sometimes viruses. Improperly removing programs tend to slow up the computer.Make pc faster has the advantage to meet our satisfactory needs especially in times in meeting the deadlines of a certain project.


  • antivirushero said:

    I dont speak on many websites i come across but I ACTUALLY felt I couldn’t shun the opportunity with this town. Nice post. I can only wonder what will you be writing in the time to come.

  • Antivirus Reviews said:

    So, the information is very useful. There are a lot of people using CCleaner but it is always interesting to discover new freeware and effective tools. Thanks for sharing

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