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A tuneup for your computer's hard drive

A tuneup for your computer's hard drive
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You know how your car tells you what's wrong with it? You're driving and suddenly a little flat-tire icon is flashing in front of you? Your tires need air. Or, a little oil can lights up, to say it's time to change the oil. Of course, there's also that scary "check engine" light.

Wouldn't it be great if your PC told you what's wrong with it? If you've ever had your PC suddenly slow to a crawl, or reboot itself for no reason, you know that feeling: Something's wrong, but you're not sure what.

It's unsettling. Fortunately, there is a way to give your PC a tuneup. It starts with a comprehensive, very fun-to-watch scan of your PC.

Note: The scan is free, but you may need to shell out $20 to $35 if you want a complete PC tuneup. (More on that in a minute.)

It's called Reimage PC Repair Online. As Reimage is checking your PC, it's showing you what part of your PC it's checking, with an easy-to-read, brightly colored on-screen monitor.

Next page: How much does a PC tuneup cost?
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