Why my computer so slow? Here’s why:

Are you kidding?

So you get a new computer. And everything’s fine and dandy.

Then all of a sudden the damn thing’s slower than a one-legged tortoise.

Talk about annoying.

So what gives?

Here are two big reasons: and one simple solution.

The first reason your computer is so slow

: is clutter.

Every time you use your computer, it creates temporary files. Hundreds of the bloody things. And that’s in addition to the new files you create.

And day after day these files pile up higher and higher. In fact, it’s not unusual for these files to take up more than 1GB of your hard-drive.

So what happens?

Your computer begins to choke.

It suffocates on all the junk files: and slowly grinds to a halt.

The second reason your computer is so slow

: is a lack of maintenance.

Listen – everyone who buys a car knows they need to do regular maintenance, right?

Things like changing the oil and oil filter. Changing the spark plugs. Topping up the coolant. Even simple tasks like topping up the screen wash.

But did anyone tell you your computer needs regular maintenance, too?

Because it does.

Things like defragmenting the hard-drive. Scanning for and fixing errors. Deleting junk files. Clearing your browser cache. Etc.

Ideally, you should be doing these on a weekly basis: if you want your computer to stay healthy.

So there you have it

The two main reasons why your computer is so slow.

And the bad news?

It’s going to keep getting worse.

Every day.

Until it finally gives up the ghost.

So what now?

You have four options.

Option One: Let it die a slow painful death.

Yeah, not a great option.

Option Two: Shell out on a new computer.

Again, not ideal.

Option Three: Take it to a computer technician and have him fix it.

Now, I don’t know about you, but the idea of some spotty teenage geek snooping through my personal files, my photos, and my Web browsing history is about as appealing as a kick in the nuts.

Besides, as I mentioned above, your computer needs regular maintenance. So that means you’ll have to part with your computer for a couple of days every few months. And that’s going to be a pain in the arse (and your wallet).

Option Four: Let PC Health Advisor clean out the junk files and give your computer a full service.

In fact, it’ll do a lot more than that. Because it’ll also tweak your computer’s system setting and get it running faster than the day it was new.

And the best part is, it’s dead simple to use. All you’ve gotta do is click a couple of buttons: and hey presto. So it’s perfect for technophobes.

It’s fast, too. 30 seconds and you’re done.

And if you use PC Health Advisor once a week (like I do), it’ll keep your computer firing on all cylinders and running like new – forever.

Wouldn’t that be nice?

So listen:

If you’re serious about getting your computer back to full speed, then take a gander at 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’re a sucker for punishment and choose Option Three (taking your computer to the spotty geek), then guess what? He’ll use the same type of software as PC Health Advisor. And he’ll charge you an arm and a leg each time to do what you could have done yourself.