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Going to a laptop repair shop or using Total System Care? YOU decide!

You can recall the response time you got when you first booted your personal Computer (PC) when it was still brand new. Over time you have downloaded and incorporates programs some of which you hardly remember.

Clinical signs of an aging performance system begin to show up. System freezes and longer than necessary boot up time are soon the order of the day. A quick schedule to visit your Laptop Repair service center is only receded by the prohibitive cost associated with such visits.

If you can relate to the above anecdote, then Safebytes the firm behind the Total System Care application offers a ready-made solution to rejuvenate your personal computer performance without spending a single cent on service charges that you would have otherwise coughed at the PC repair shops.

What Is In Store With Total System Care?

Total system performance is a computer application program designed to optimize your PC performance, application while exhibiting a broad range spectrum of compatibility with windows versions.

Taking into account that not everybody is a computer guru, it’s designed in the simplest manner to enable all with a rudimentary knowledge of information technology to make use of the application is an extra feather in its cap.

Selling points of Total System Care

Total system care as presented by fixmypc for free is offered with 15 scanning tools with a bias on system security and performance enhancement giving you the same( if not better) to conventional laptop repair services.

Errors that slow down your PC such as stored junk files, a fragmented hard disk, broken application registry and corrupted files are some of the targeted areas that this tune up application is designed to fix.  Total system care takes its game a notch higher by offering security against malicious software designed to either spy (spyware) or alter your computer settings (malware).

Cons of Total System Care compared to conventional laptop repair

There is some element of treachery being employed by total system care to get a user like you and I download the application.

Why do I say so? My argument is built upon the captioning of the landing page associated with total system care. It’s in bold black and white that you are to fix your computer free yet that’s not true! The software is licensed.

Meaning you have to purchase it in order to completely fix your computer. Failure to activate the full version, total system care pop up dialogue boxes can easily turn out to be a nuisance. Every after a minute they keep popping up!

(Check it out here)


Like many other computer utility programs and tune up tools, Total System Care also comes short on issues that touch on the credibility of the threats that it flags.

Benchmarking this software is not the easiest of tasks. Only after you have identified a credible PC optimizing tool that you can use as your barometer, it’s when you can gauge the features that this application purports to accomplish.

To that end, I find it a little bit over priced for the salient  features that the total system care holds in the sense that for hardly zero cost in charges, Microsoft security features would offer you the same services that this optimizing tool promises.  The laptop repair topic hasn’t escaped Microsoft community forum.

I will sum with the advice that Bill Smithers, a Microsoft most valuable profession heard to say about tune up utilities: he strongly discourages the installation of such programs due to the fact that they may cause more harm than the intended good. Consequently, forcing you to make the much dread costly trip to your PC repair center.

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