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Why do computer ultimately break down or stop running?

Hi,such a vague question you ask!
there is not a thing on this planet that will not breakdown ad stop working ,the planet included!

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When you do install some program or devices, it is saved as Registry entries your windows registry which makes your PC speed slower or sometimes stop running. Registry entries can't remove manually. You can download registry cleaner and scan your PC with it to clean all invalid registry entries time to time.

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Caperjack. Poster is a spammer with multiple accounts. The old ask a question and answer it from another account, with a 3rd going as witness.

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Caperjack. Poster is a spammer with multiple accounts. The old ask a question and answer it from another account, with a 3rd going as witness.

Ok, but when a moderator remove the link the spammer posted in the thread ,why not mark the thread as spam ,for dummies like me !

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You had already posted before I got to it :).

ok,but i don't recall a link in the post ,but anyway next time i will not answer dumb posts !lol

Edited by caperjack: n/a

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I never edited any posts. The post after your first one was the OP's alias and that had links to registry cleaners in it. Now that account is banned, the sig is removed.
The spammers know they will get pinged for putting links in their reply, so they are trying to be a little smarter. The problem with that though, is their IQ does not allow for smart thinking :).

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I never edited any posts. The post after your first one was the OP's alias and that had links to registry cleaners in it. Now that account is banned, the sig is removed.
The spammers know they will get pinged for putting links in their reply, so they are trying to be a little smarter. The problem with that though, is their IQ does not allow for smart thinking :).

got ya !The end .hehe

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