Isn’t it frustrating?
You get a shiny new laptop… and within a few short weeks or months it’s slower than a one-legged tortoise.
So why is your laptop so slow?
There are two main reasons… and one simple solution.
The first reason is clutter.
Have you seen the TV show about extreme hoarders? Those people who never throw anything away. They cram their homes with so much crap that there’s no room to sit or sleep.
Well your laptop is like those people, in a way.
Because every time you use it, it creates hundreds of temporary files. And it stores these files in dozens of places.
And over time these files swamp your laptop.
The temporary files pile up higher and higher…
And your computer gets slower and slower.
Your laptop becomes like those extreme hoarders’ homes where there’s no room to move.
That’s reason number one.
The second reason your laptop is so slow is due to a lack of maintenance.
Everyone who buys a car knows you have to service them regularly. Change the oil. Put new sparks plugs. Top up the screen wash. Etc.
But most people who buy computers and laptops aren’t told that…
Your laptop needs regular maintenance, too.
So if you’re not treating your computer to regular maintenance, then that will cause it to slow down, also.
We’re talking about defragmenting your hard drive.
Scanning for and fixing errors.
Updating your device drivers.
Uninstalling old programs.
So how can you fix your slow laptop?
Assuming you don’t have a computer science degree, you really only have three options.
Option One: Buy a new laptop.
Yeah. Not ideal.
Option Two: Take it to a computer technician and pay through the nose for them to service it for you.
Option Three: Use PC Health Advisor to clean up the junk files and give your laptop a full service.
Actually, it goes a lot further than that. Because it’ll also optimise your computer’s settings so it runs better than when it was new.
And it’s perfect if you’re not a computer boffin… or even if technology scares you to death.
Because it fixes your laptop with a few simple clicks.
And it only takes a few seconds.
And if you use it every week (like I do), it’ll keep your laptop purring like a kitten.
If you’re serious about speeding up your laptop (rather than shelling out for a new one) then I encourage you to check out PC Health Advisor.
But before you get it, check out my PC Health Advisor review so you know it’s right for you.
P.S. If you choose Option Two, and take your laptop to a computer technician, then guess what? PC Health Advisor is the same type of software they’ll use… except they’ll charge you a king’s ransom for the privilege.