Computer Tune-Up

Computer Tune-Up

$129.99



Get Your Computer Tuned Up Just Like When You Bought It New.

We’ll tune up your computer to make it as fast as possible. We also offer a family protection plan that blocks against adult websites (Our Antivirus) and Unlimited Remote Support during business hours.

Optional Antivirus (Bitdefender). Porn Blocker – Antivirus – Cyber Security – Ransomware Protection – Hacker Protection – 1 Year (One Per Computer)

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A computer tune-up can help optimize the performance of your computer and improve its overall efficiency. Here are some general steps you can take to perform a computer tune-up:

  1. Remove Unnecessary Programs: Uninstall any unused or unnecessary programs from your computer. This can free up valuable storage space and reduce system clutter.
  2. Clear Temporary Files: Use the built-in Disk Cleanup utility or a third-party tool to remove temporary files, cache, and other unnecessary data from your computer. This can help improve disk space and system performance.
  3. Update Software: Ensure that all your software, including the operating system and applications, is up to date. Software updates often include bug fixes and performance improvements that can enhance your computer’s performance.
  4. Scan for Malware: Run a thorough virus and malware scan using a reliable antivirus program. This can help detect and remove any malicious software that may be affecting system performance.
  5. Optimize Startup: Review the programs that start automatically when you boot up your computer. Disable any unnecessary startup programs to reduce the time it takes for your computer to fully start up.
  6. Disk Defragmentation: If you are using a traditional hard drive (not an SSD), consider running a disk defragmentation tool to optimize the arrangement of files on your hard drive. This can improve access times and overall performance.
  7. Check for Hardware Issues: If you suspect that hardware issues may be affecting your computer’s performance, consider running hardware diagnostics or seeking professional assistance to identify and resolve any hardware-related problems.

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A computer tune-up can help optimize the performance of your computer and improve its overall efficiency. Here are some general steps you can take to perform a computer tune-up:

  1. Remove Unnecessary Programs: Uninstall any unused or unnecessary programs from your computer. This can free up valuable storage space and reduce system clutter.
  2. Clear Temporary Files: Use the built-in Disk Cleanup utility or a third-party tool to remove temporary files, cache, and other unnecessary data from your computer. This can help improve disk space and system performance.
  3. Update Software: Ensure that all your software, including the operating system and applications, is up to date. Software updates often include bug fixes and performance improvements that can enhance your computer’s performance.
  4. Scan for Malware: Run a thorough virus and malware scan using a reliable antivirus program. This can help detect and remove any malicious software that may be affecting system performance.
  5. Optimize Startup: Review the programs that start automatically when you boot up your computer. Disable any unnecessary startup programs to reduce the time it takes for your computer to fully start up.
  6. Disk Defragmentation: If you are using a traditional hard drive (not an SSD), consider running a disk defragmentation tool to optimize the arrangement of files on your hard drive. This can improve access times and overall performance.
  7. Check for Hardware Issues: If you suspect that hardware issues may be affecting your computer’s performance, consider running hardware diagnostics or seeking professional assistance to identify and resolve any hardware-related problems.