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Optimize your PC

Updated on October 11, 2010

PC Pitstop Computer Safety

PC Pit Stop

I started using PC pit stop years ago. I could never keep up with all the computer crap that was always going on. I just wanted to use my computer not spend hours per day fixing it and tring to figure out why it doesnt run like it should.

My friend sent me the link to PC pit stop,where you can have your computer scanned for free. Here are the types of scans you can run. Yes PC pit stop will try to sell you certain types of services, but they do not expect you to give them your email just to scan yur computer.

You may run their free Optimize scan and identify many common problems that plague most computers.

Keep your drivers up-to-date on all your computers, a free driver scan is offered.

PC Pitstop Exterminate, PC pit stops best-of-class anti-spyware cleaner. Exterminate's free scanning engine uses the most complete and up-to-date signature files.

Windows Restore Points are the biggest problem with running windows they fragment your disk each and everyday! They offer a free disk scan.

Free Scan with PC erase

Each and everything you do is recorded by Windows. This "feature" of Windows creates a personalized experience, but it also allows unscrupulous people to learn more about your computing habits

Put your PC through the paces with a complete analysis of its performance, reliability and security

Visit PC Pit Stop Today and get your Free Computer Scan


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  • William F. Torpey profile image

    William F Torpey 9 years ago from South Valley Stream, N.Y.

    Thanks for the good advice, coolbreeze.

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    dataminer 9 years ago from Ninety Six,SC

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    Rik Rodriguez 9 years ago from Hawaii

    Sometimes it tells you exactly how to fix things. Sometimes yes they try to sell you somethnig to fix it. But it a good way to know what is happening on your computer before you have a tech look at it ;-)

  • William F. Torpey profile image

    William F Torpey 9 years ago from South Valley Stream, N.Y.

    I'm pretty much computer illiterate. Does this PC Pit Stop just scan and tell you what's wrong, or does it correct what's wrong? Do you risk it erasing something you might need? Do you have to pay to correct whatever is wrong?