Business computer users often complain about the speed of their computers. “If it would only work faster!” is what we are told over and over when we take over a new client from a previous IT company. Speed is the name of the game when it comes to maintaining productivity and efficiency in a modern business.
So what’s slowing you down?
Today’s computers are overloaded with what we call bloatware. That term really conjures up an image, doesn’t it? Most business computers are stuffed full of junk that they just don’t need, and they waddle and struggle to do even the most basic tasks because they just want to stop and take a nap.
If you poke around a lot of business computer systems, you’ll see that they’re littered with unnecessary files and software installed by the manufacturer. These programs eat up valuable resources on your computer and cause them to slow down and even crash. And you just know that a computer never crashes when you’re playing a game of Solitaire – it’s always going to be when you haven’t saved that Excel spreadsheet you’ve been working on for the past hour.
Murphy’s law is cruel, especially when it comes to technology.
So how do you slim down your computer and get it back to running at top performance? How do you remove programs and files from your computer without putting your business at risk?
The safe way.
There is a great free tool available that lets you remove unwanted programs and files the safe way. “Should I Remove It” is a simple to use but very powerful program for both the technical and non-technical computer user. “Should I Remove It” not only removes unwanted programs and files, it also gets rid of bloatware, malware, and other unwanted programs.
“Should I Remove It” is available for Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP. If you’re running something earlier than XP at this point, all “Should I Remove It” can tell you is to remove the whole system and get an upgrade.
Like any tool or service we put on this blog, use at your own risk. We are not responsible for any loss or damage to your computer. This is a great tool for someone who feels confident enough to determine what’s vital for their needs and what is just lying around taking up space.
If you need help removing unwanted files and are worried about keeping your systems at their best, we welcome you to contact our technical support experts for support. At Colorado Computer Support, we focus not just on keeping your technology in good shape, but on planning for its future and ensuring it’s meeting your needs every day. Call us at 719.439.0599 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!