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How to Speed Up a Slow Laptop

Although laptops are constantly advancing, they still have the tendency to run incredibly slowly.
This is a common problem which affects millions of laptops throughout the world, and in most cases, it ends in the owner having to buy a new machine just to make it faster.
This is a big problem, but there's actually a simple solution...
You see, computers in general don't run slower just because they want to.
They have a reason or cause that makes them run slower - and this is where most people fall down.
There's actually a little-known reason why almost every Windows computer runs slow - it's a part of your system called the registry.
Not many people know this, but the registry is actually one of the biggest culprits for slow systems, and the problem is only getting worse and worse...
In a nutshell - the registry is the central database for Windows, storing everything from your latest emails to your desktop wallpaper.
It basically acts like the 'memory' of Windows - helping it remember all sorts for settings and options by storing them in registry files.
Because your system finds these files so important, it's constantly opening them and editing them.
Every time you use your PC, Windows is editing 100's of registry files without you even knowing.
This makes your computer run slow for one simple reason - because it's constantly got so many files open, Windows actually gets confused about which goes where.
This makes it accidentally mix up the files, corrupting them and making them hard to read.
 And when your computer finds important files hard to read, it has to slow down and take longer to get to the bottom of them.
That's why your computer is running slow - because your computer's central database has 1,000's of corrupt files inside, which make Windows take longer to read them.
Luckily, there's a simple way to fix this and to get your laptop running fast again.
All you need to do is clean out all the bad files from the registry, so that Windows can open them and read them when it wants to.
And to do this, you simply need to use a software package called a 'registry cleaner'.
Registry cleaners are simple software tools, which are designed to clean out the central registry database, scanning for all the corrupt and damaged files that are in there.
  Even though they are incredibly simple to use, they actually work surprisingly well, dramatically speeding up your Windows system.

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