Optimizing and Tweaking your Windows PC Part 1

Welcome to The Weekly Geek. It is my plan to do a series of short how to guides on optimizing and tweaking your Windows based computers, tablets and laptops.
It has always been my desire for TheWeeklyGeek.com to provide easy to follow and do tips that will speed up, protect and make the end user experience better for anyone who has computer.
Back in to ancient days of the 2004 I finished writing the book, “A Novice Guide to Optimizing and Tweaking every PC”.

In my humble but amazingly accurate opinion, Optimizing and Tweaking your computer is defined as making your system run as efficiently as possible. We do that by cleaning the gunk out of the system and make the existing hardware work as efficiently as possible and that is what we will do here, together.

This will not be a ‘download this’ and ‘buy this’ series as so many ‘blogs’ (software vendor web sites posing as blogs) do.
There will be some tools that I have used, trust and are not crapware (spyware, malware, adware, tracking, mischievous in a way programs or apps). If I recommend it, it is because I have used and tested it extensively for years and it will save you a lot of time or do something you can’t do easily.
At this time, I have no affiliation with any products that will cause me any undue influence (free products, commissions et al).

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