Friday, May 7, 2010

Read the screen when installing software

Installing software is so easy anyone can do it. Just follow the wizard until it says "Finish" and your software is installed. The problem is it's become so routine many of us just click "Next" without reading everything on the screen. This leads to two issues that affect the performance of your computer: (1) installation of unneeded browser toolbars, or other software, and (2) too many programs starting when you turn on your computer.

Look for the checkboxes that are displayed on some of the wizard screens when you are installing software. If you don't need (or want) the toolbar or other software, uncheck the box so it's not installed; if you don't use the software every single time you use your computer, uncheck the box that asks if you want the software to start when you start Windows. These simple steps can really make a difference in the performance of your computer.

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