I do quite a few tune-ups. Windows gets more complicated each time Microsoft Updates are installed (yes, you should install them, they are often security updates). New software is installed, and often forgotten about. But what slows things down the most is the software that gets installed without the user realising it.
If you open up your internet browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox) and above the webpage there are toolbars (Ask Toolbar, Norton Toolbar, etc), these things are slowing down your internet use. You might not even have meant to install them, and some come in as part of other installations (like Abobe Flash player). Some are more sinister, like CoolWebSearch, ALOT toolbar, and others that give you search results that are paid adverts rather than the thing you’re actually searching for.
As part of a tune-up, I remove all those toolbars and other software that you don’t use (like old printer software). I also cut down on the things that run when your computer starts up, speeding up your boot up time.
You can see a list of the types of tune-ups I do here http://www.bowenracing.com/colin-bowen-it-services/servicing-and-tune-ups/. The Express Tune-up is one I can do online, so I don’t even need to visit you. You install some software that allows me to log in (with a password that changes each time) and tune up the PC via the internet.
Contact me to find out more.