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  1. doggie08

    doggie08 Thread Starter

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    I wish to add something to this world, on computers...

    If your computer is not fixed - you should do these proper steps onto fixing it well back.

    First of all... every computer can be rolled back to its previous way by a system restore systems.

    Second... there are plenty other things, like CCleaner.

    Third... besided registry fixing allthough that... there are "checking partitions, like C for errors". Partition of OS - C, should be checked not more rarely than once per month, or twice per month, better.

    Remember, all computers can be restored back from today's state, with no heat.

    Other thing is comp's properties - these should be checked manually (like OS appearance settings, privacy settings and auto-defrag, which is set ON by default and OS updates - in which way and category.
     
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    Completely untrue. There are times when system restore points get corrupted to the point the system cannot be restored properly.

    Using Registry cleaners such as the one included in CCleaner should be approached with caution, since they can have unintended consequences which may render a PC unusable.

    This is incredibly vague "advice". There are many people who come to this forum who have little-to-no experience dealing with PCs, hence their questions/observations in the first place. This isn't helpful, to be honest.
     
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    First, if the restore function has been disabled, then your statement is false.
    Second, and many of them will do more damage than good.
     
  4. doggie08

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    Sorry. :/
     
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