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Agree with Mike, I used those stuff like CCleaner on my old PC and it just got worse, I think its because I "cleaned" the registry several times. I suggest you uninstall software and apps you no longer need, because these apps may have been running in your background causing your RAM usage go up, hence making the PC slower.
Overclocking can help, but from the looks of it, I suggest you don't do that, since over-OC'ing can melt your CPU.
Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo G400 OS Windows 8.1 CPU Intel Celeron Motherboard I dont know Memory 2GB Graphics Card Intel HD Sound Card I dont know Monitor(s) Displays 1366x768 Screen Resolution 1366x768
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The subject has come up many times on the forum.
Personally, I have used Ccleaner (and its updates), another cleaning program, since its invention. It has never given me any trouble. This includes the registry cleaner in the same program. I would agree, however, that, in truth, I have never noticed any visual improvement in the operation or speed of my OS.
Tune up utilities, part, I believe, of AVG?, has been around a while. I am certain it has improved, but I did use it back in the early Windows 7 days, and it gave me problems.