Wednesday, October 23, 2013

What's bugging your computer?

If your computer is moving really slow and it takes forever to retrieve information of your hard drive, then you might be in need for a tune up.  By doing a computer tune up, your computer will run almost as good as new.  It is very important to work out all those computer bugs! Below are some pictures showing actual bugs that have been found in a clients desktop computer. There is also a very dusty internal fan, along with various spider webs and a single roach that had its residence in the power supply unit of the computer.

Actual Bugs inside a PC!
A very dusty fan and heat sink.
Dusty internal fan and roach.
Small Resident Roach.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

How to find windows system tools. (XP, Vista, and Windows 7)

Windows OS provide a number of useful tools that you can easily access at anytime by going to the start menu.  The windows system tools can be use in everyday instants to monitor and protect your computer from system failure.  Once you are at the start menu search bar at the bottom left of your screen, select all programs as shown below.

1) Click on the start menu at the bottom left of your screen.

 2) Then select all programs as highlighted.


   3) Click on the Accessories Folder.

4) Then select the System Tools Folder.

5) Once you click on the the system tools folder, all the windows system tools will be available, disk clean up, disk defragment, and resource monitor...Just to name a few.

Video Tutorial