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 Post subject: Do you need a new PC?
PostPosted: 08 Nov 2015, 19:10 
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Read this.

You Don't Need a New Computer: 'Cause Your Old One is Fine
by Roger Milfried / November

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Many feel ripped off by not knowing this 1 simple trick...

Is your computer running slow? Don’t buy a new PC or call a computer repair company. This “3-click fix” is saving people thousands of dollars in computer costs.
Your computer is designed to fail. Some people are upset when they learn this. But the reality is that PC makers and software companies need a reason to keep people buying upgrades every year. They’re in the business of making money.
But now that the cat is out of the bag, a crack team of Gold Certified developers has created their own solution, it's a new software that digitally repairs your computer from the inside out. It’s easy to use and only takes 5 minutes to work.
Many users are saying that their computer is running faster than the day it was new immediately after using the tool. As one person said “it’s like rocket-fuel for your computer”.
The people behind this want to get it into as many people’s hands as possible, and as part of their launch they’re giving away a free scan until November 9, 2015, you can grab a free copy by clicking here if it’s still available.
Senior developer Josh Reynolds says “Our launch strategy is pretty simple. Give the basic product away to as many users as possible. Once they use it, and see the results – the product will sell itself. They’ll tell their friends, they’ll continue to use it and we’ll see a viral growth effect”.
He continues “it really is a no-brainer – people love the tool. It’s easy to use, it works immediately and it’s saving people hundreds or even thousands of dollars in unnecessary repair or upgrade costs. Once people see it for themselves, the product will promote itself – that’s the beauty of creating a product that solves a problem that millions of people experience every day.”
So far the strategy is working well. Thousands of people have downloaded the software – and it’s receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback. One user told us “My computer would take what seemed like an eternity just to start my web browser. Immediately after I scanned my machine and repaired the errors, it loads up in seconds. I didn’t realize how much time it was costing me – but now my “old” machine is running faster than ever, and the difference is like night and day”.
So is computer industry really conspiring to force people to upgrade by building systems that are designed to fail over time? We can’t confirm or deny that – but we can confirm that before you shell out a fortune on new equipment or specialists – you should definitely download SpeedFixTool and give it a try.



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 Post subject: Re: Do you need a new PC?
PostPosted: 18 Dec 2015, 21:50 

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Windows is designed to fail, certainly. Aside from the issue of the registry ( the centralized database that windows uses to manage the entirety of its configuration ) only ever increasing in size, Microsoft operates in partnership with the computer manufacturers. That partnership means that Microsoft needs to find reasons to help them push out more desktops. Apple work in much the same way, though they cut out the intermediaries of the PC vendors.


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