PC Healthboost, Boost Software’s top registry cleaner, now reconstructs its official blog. This online publication currently reaches out to over 18,000 PC HealthBoost Facebook fans already, and that number is expected to increase by the thousands in 2014.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
In order to serve its customers even better in 2014, PC Health Boost decided to reconstruct its official blog. On each page, product users will enjoy a much easier-to-navigate, updated interface of this top registry cleaner.
"Our number one priority is to make sure our customers stay informed," says Public Relations Director Erin Walsh, "We want them to know how to use PC Healthboost 3.0, but we also want them to know how to fix registry errors and speed up their slow computers."
The Official PC HealthBoost blog regularly posts tutorials with screenshots, images or videos. On it, the company also displays infographics pertaining to technology and important information about malware and screen freezes. Beginning to intermediate computer users often refer to this information displayed to help them resolve specific computer problems.
For instance, people might not realize that stored passwords and download histories can cause slow computer performance. Likewise, cluttering up the hard drive with excess files and programs can reduce PC efficiency.
The PC HealthBoost blog provides the steps needed to help everyone with computer problems resolve them. It also shows customers how to use the latest product features, such as junk file deletion and privacy item removal.
Peter Dunbar and Amit Mehta first started the PC Healthboost project in 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. For more information about this registry cleaner and how to fix a slow computer, please visit PCHealthBoost.com.
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