This Flowchart Will Help You Decide If Your PC Needs Cleaning

ROFL 17-06-2016

How’s your PC running 12 Computer and Workspace Upgrades You Can Do in a Weekend Your PC sidekick deserves better. You deserve better! Let's look at a number of things that you can do, in a weekend, to freshen up your PC and workspace. Read More ? Fast? Slow? Somewhere in between, perhaps? Do you need to go through and give it a little cleaning The Spring Cleaning Checklist & Toolset for Your Windows PC Your computer needs a regular checkup, just like your car or your garden. The hardware can collect dirt, while the software can bloat and slow down your system. Let us guide you through the cleanup. Read More ? THe infographic below has a convenient flowchart that will help you decide!

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  1. Anonymous
    June 20, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    "because of an infographoc (sic) of a company that wants to sell me a ‘cleaning’ product"
    If you are running Linux, the company's cleaning product will not work on your system anyway. It is designed to run on Windows only.

    In spite of what you think and what arbitrary "rules" you may set up, ALL computers (main frames, minis, PCs, etc.) running ALL O/Ss (Windows, OS/X, Linux, BSD, MVS, OS 370, etc.) need occasional cleaning. All O/Ss create extraneous and unnecessary files that should removed every once in a while to maintain the system at peak efficiency. Your Kubuntu may not have slowed down to a crawl yet, and it may be running "perfectly fine" but I guarantee that there are hundreds of files on your system that could and should be removed (cleaned out).

  2. Anonymous
    June 17, 2016 at 11:58 pm

    Who chose the font on this chart?

  3. Ronald
    June 17, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    1: No
    2: Install Linux

    • Anonymous
      June 17, 2016 at 6:15 pm

      Sorry to rain on your parade but PCs running Linux also need occasional cleaning. I'll grant you that they don't need as much but they still do need it.

      • Ronald
        June 20, 2016 at 11:37 am

        Perhaps I should have made it into a 'rule' type of reply.

        Rule 1: Does your PC need 'cleaning' : No there is no need for that, and there hasn't been for some time now. And certainly not because of an infographoc of a company that wants to sell me a 'cleaning' product.
        Rule number 2: When in doubt install linux. No need to 'clean' anything. I have been running Kubuntu 14.04 now since it came out and it runs perfectly fine.