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Speeding up a slow computer

Speeding up a slow computer: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly
Speeding up a slow computer: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly

Ensure your PC is free from malware to ensure that it's running at top speed. Windows 10 automatically checks for malware. Use ReadyBoost technology to help speed up a slow PC. ReadyBoost requires a dedicated thumb drive or media card with at least 8 GB capacity. Connect the ReadyBoost thumb drive to a rear USB port to ensue that you don't accidentally remove it. Use a USB 3.0 thumb drive and USB port to ensure that you're getting the most from ReadyBoost.

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