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Dealing With the Dreaded Windows Blue Screen of Death


A Blue Screen of Death
A Blue Screen of Death

Is your computer old and outdated? Has it been a long time since it has been upgraded? Is it starting to lose its productivity and freeze up on you?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is time to take action and fix your PC. Keeping your computer up to date is a must if you want it to run efficiently. If you still have software and programs from Stone Age, it is time to upgrade! It may take a few minutes for the updates to finish, but you will definitely be able to tell a difference in your computer’s speed and utility afterwards.
Along with up to date software, you should also clean up your PC on the inside and outside. On the inside, get rid of programs you don’t use, clear out your recycle bin, and clean up your registry. On the outside, ensure that your PC is as dust free as possible and clean up any residue or gunk that has accumulated over the last few months. A clean, healthy computer will not have as many error messages and blue screens. So, if you want to avoid the blue screen of death, it is a good idea to clean up your PC!

Guest Author: Erin Walsh is the Director of Public Relations for PC Health Boost. She is an avid blogger that enjoys sharing her knowledge with the everyday computer user, by helping them speed up their slow computer, clean up their PCs, update their registries, and the latest blue screen of death fix. You can read more of her posts where she helps troubleshoot all kinds of PC errors at pchealthboost.com/blog.

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