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Turbo Windows - The Ultimate PC Speed Up Guide (Step-by-step Manual for Computer Users with Windows)

Turbo Windows - The Ultimate PC Speed Up Guide (Step-by-step Manual for Computer Users with Windows)

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Author: Liz Cornwell

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"Turbo Windows - The Ultimate PC Speed Up Guide" is the only book that is written for both novice and more experienced computer users. It provides easy to follow computer speedup and maintenance instructions written in plain English. This makes the book invaluable for less experienced users. With the help of "Turbo Windows" even computer novices will be able to speed up their PCs by simply following the instructions. Moreover, the book explains how Windows computers work and why they should be optimized.

Philip Butkus

This book seems to be from Auslogics, a highly respected computer software company. Many of their excellent programs are available in free versions. If you find it too complicated, (like Ann Hixon), you might be better off to download some of their software, (free or trial versions). Probably save you a lot of headaches. Personally, I found the book quite useful, as far as it goes. Fairly comprehensive but nothing really there for experienced computer users, (apart from reminders of things we might not have done yet or forgotten about). There are lots of useful tips there for newbies. If you're one, I would suggest taking the time to understand and try some of them. Maybe one at a time after creating a System Restore Point first. I have no affiliation with Auslogics. There are many other companies with software that promise magical "one-click solutions". Some might be OK, some create more problems than you started with. "One-click-solutions" are often a recipe for disaster. And there are many fine Windows tune-up utilities (for free).


Ann Hixon

too complicated for my standard of computing


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Liz Cornwell

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