Computers are a basic requirement in every home these days, and it would be hard to find a business that does not have one.
Having a slow computer can be very frustrating and could have a negative impact on productivity.
Like any machine, computers require regular maintenance in order keep to them running at peak performance, and if there is a fault in any part it should be repaired or replaced to maintain high usability.
Step 1: Analysing the computer and looking for any hard drive and/or memory faults that may cause the problem.
This step should be done before any other steps because if there are any faults in your hardware, then running the other scans may corrupt your valuable data.
Step 2: Clean up temporary files.
There are lots of shadow images and temporary internet and program files clogging up your hard drive, and removing them makes extra space.
Step 3: Clean up the registry.
This step requires knowledge about the computer registry. Using registry software like CCleaner could help clean the registry, but it also may damage the file.
If you have little or no knowledge about the registry, you may end up doing more harm to your computer and making it unstable. Always check with Burgo.
The next step is to clean up any toolbars, etc. The toolbars are usually used for advertisements, and they just slow down your browsing experience.
So, as part of the repair, make sure to get rid of them.
Step 4: Uninstalling unwanted and unnecessary computer programs.
Sometimes when you install a software package especially, when it is free software, they may also install a couple of other software packages with them to cover their costs.
This will make your computer contain unwanted software which after a while may slow it down.
We will remove those unwanted software packages as part of our service.
Other major reasons for having a slow computer are the viruses, Trojans, Spyware and malware tat all seem to find their way onto your system.
We will scan your computer thoroughly for any viruses etc. and remove them.
Step 5: Perform start-up optimisation.
In this step we determine which software slows down your start-up, and we disable them if they are unnecessary.
Step 6: And finally we check for any possible upgrades to make sure your computer is capable of running all the recent software smoothly.
This upgrade could be as simple as a RAM upgrade to processor or even hard drive upgrade to a solid state drive.
It’s all done!