New Site Eases Consumer Efforts to Solve Computer Problems

Durango, CO (PressExposure) April 23, 2008 -- Mr. Hudkins, President of American Industry Maintenance (AIM), LLC which is an organization dedicated to consumer awareness, began our conversation by stating The thing you have to understand is even though drivers are bigger, better and faster, software programs on the newer computers are much more resource dependant and even though microprocessors have advanced light years ahead, they (the computers) are still required to perform many more functions within the ever growing demand upon their operating systems. To make a very long story short, corruption within your computers’ registry files can not always be effectively and efficiently avoided any more.

He said, “Of course you know, it would take an entire book to explain why your workplace or home computer slows to a performance crawl and all the measures available to fix the problem(s). However in simplistic increments we can at least begin learning how to recognize and resolve common computer problems on our home computers and fix them ourselves without hiring high paid technicians used in many work environments.

Mr. Hudkins went on to say, “The youth of this country for a good many years has been exposed to computers from the time they entered grade school and 75% of the over 50 workforce use computers at their jobsites as a requirement to function and communicate within the employment environment. This doesn’t necessarily translate into the ability of any given class of age groups being able to insure the computer used is functioning at optimum efficiency.

He expanded upon computer optimization by saying, The bottom line is the consumer has become highly computer savvy and doesn’t have an issue with finding needed and necessary information on the Internet, the problem ultimately is weeding through the millions of pages of information available to solve computer problems such as spyware, anti-virus, adware, spam eliminators, and fifty other computer issues trying to determine what is best for any given situation.

Mr. Hudkins announced in the spirit of his company’s mission (consumer awareness) that, A special site registryfixing.com has been dedicated to inform and educate consumers on computer problems via informational articles. Additionally, the site evaluates the more popular software packages available for computer issues making it easier and more immediate for consumers to determine and/or purchase products that bring instant solution or resolution to their computer efficiency or security issues. Further, the site directs people to educational video’s available to walk even the most timid consumer through the process necessary to optimize a computer and shows them how to set daily, weekly and monthly computer maintenance schedules.

Mr. Hudkins concluded by saying, The site is an ever growing information and evaluation resource and he hopes that consumers will not be shy about requesting additional information as this will help in establishing continued expansions and priorities.

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Mr. Hudkins announced in the spirit of his company’s mission (consumer awareness) that, A special site registryfixing.com has been dedicated to inform and educate consumers on computer problems via informational articles. Additionally, the site evaluates the more popular software packages available for computer issues making it easier and more immediate for consumers to determine and/or purchase products that bring instant solution or resolution to their computer efficiency or security issues.


Contact:
Ronald Hudkins
American Industry Maintenance (AIM), LLC
Durango, CO
+44 222 656
rhudkins2@comcast.net
http://www.registryfixing.com

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