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Thread: Using EasyCleaner to boost up my pc performance

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    Using EasyCleaner to boost up my pc performance

    I want to know that is it effective to use EasyCleaner. It is a registry cleaner type of software. I had gone through the software description that shows it is a great tool to clean up the software and boost its output. But I am unable to find any more information on the same.

    I am quite sure this tool will be great enough to boost up the system output. I want bit information on the same. Because my pc is working very slow and I am unable to find any option to boost its output.


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    Re: Using EasyCleaner to boost up my pc performance

    This type of tools is not going to help you much. It will just remove some unwanted stuff. Still if you want you can install a trail edition and check the same.

    I had used this tool and it is good enough for day to day basic usage. It is a good kind of start-up manager and it will also help you to get rid of invalid shortcuts from the system.

    While for increasing the speed of your system you have to find more options like removing unwanted stuff from the system.

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    Re: Using EasyCleaner to boost up my pc performance

    You have to find first what things are background causing issue in your system. You can try using Task Manager that will surely put enough highlight on the problem. If you are not getting many details in it then you can use Process Explorer. This tool also has a lot of information about the applications and services that are working in the background. Just try the same and find which application is eating the maximum system resource and then you can remove it to boost your system output.

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