In the past people needed to upgrade their computers or add memory every few months. Some even needed to buy a new computer every few years just to keep up with the changing technologies or new kinds of software that became available.
Presently the computer software market is much different than it once was because program developers have become better at optimizing their work. What that means is, your computer is capable of running just about any kind of program, game, business software, social network or other online platform you want it to handle. So why is your computer feeling slow and unresponsive?
Your computer registry may be the problem.
Every time your computer adds a new program or makes changes to the way it is storing information, it makes internal notations in its own registry files behind the scenes. That’s the core of how computers access information later, find the bits of code they need to run many operations at once and take care of millions of tasks every second to give you the best possible user experience when you start any software.
The challenge comes when you have had a computer for a while and errant registry entries get stored, incomplete data is available or important components of the registry data are poorly optimized. Imagine having to get dressed if your socks were in the drawer of a neighbor’s house. It would slow you down quite a bit compared to getting your socks from your own drawer just a few feet away from your bed.
Instead of buying a new more powerful computer, which is like hiring a world class hurdler to run across the street to get your socks, optimizing your registry moves the data where it should be and allows your computer to access it much more easily. That’s faster, better for the environment and a much more affordable solution to the exact same obstacles.