You may not realise your computer needs regular tune-ups, much like a car. The more symptoms you have, the worse it can get for your computer if left unchecked. As well, once the symptoms begin, chances are the rest will follow. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you should arrange for a tune-up for your system.
Sudden Freeze Ups
We’ve all experienced those annoying freeze ups where you are working along happily and all of a sudden: nothing. You move your mouse around. You bang on your keyboard or tap pointlessly and repeatedly on your mouse pad. And still, nothing. This is a classic sign you are in need of a tune-up for any Windows systems. That actual cause of the freeze? It could be any of the following:
- Browser Troubles
- Bad Drivers
- Memory Troubles
- Hard Disk Drive Troubles
Slow and Annoying
If it seems that everything is taking forever, this is also a sign you can use a tune-up. You may not even realize you actually have two anti-virus programs installed on your computer. If they are both running at once, this can cause slow downs. You can also have this happen if you have too many windows or programs open.
The Dreaded Blue Screen
It is the blue screen of death, BSOD. If you don’t know what it is, you don’t want to find out. It is the final last-ditch attempt for your system to tell you it is in dire need of assistance. This can be telling you there is a hardware issue, which means parts may need to be replaced. A virus, corrupt operating system files or issues with the Registry can also be responsible.
Tune-ups of all windows systems can be performed by Aspire Computing, contact us today in you have any issues.
B.App.Sc., Cert. Computer Engineering PC Service and Repair
As the owner of Aspire Computing founded in 1999, Chaim Lee has been working for over 20 years as the Leading Computer Technician.
He has a life long interest in electronics, computing, science and technology. He has completed studies and gained qualifications in Applied Science, Computer Repair and Service, Microsoft Installation and Maintenance, Technical Writing, Workplace Training, and Technical Sales Training.