Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Mr.Gadget.com Thinks eSupport.com(r) Has "Nifty" Tools

It's almost Back-to-School time and here's a great article posted by Steve Kruschen on his Mr.Gadget.com site 10 days ago, about how you can save some money by tuning up an aging personal computer:

Maybe An Existing Windows PC Need Not Be Replaced, Only Tuned Up – Advice for Parents and Students

In the article, Kruschen informs readers about easy ways to optimize PCs with a little help from eSupport.com products and services.

Be sure to read the entire piece. Spoiler alert! Here are the last two paragraphs:

All of these particular services can be found at eSupport.com (www.esupport.com), a central PC tune-up shop with nifty tools and products for your PC. Unlike many such sites, eSupport.com has live customer support should you need help along with the way.

The moral of the story is, before spending the time and money buying a new computer this back-to-school season, give your current PC a well-deserved tune-up using services like eSupport.com and discover untapped potential and new life in your computer.

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