The bigger the problem, the bigger the Potential Threat
The most common computer problems are unexpected error messages or altered system behavior, which may be caused by flawed or manipulated process files. In the worst case scenario, all this may lead to a total system crash. If you're not sure which processes are important for the operating system, an overview of Windows processes that are often responsible for errors is very helpful indeed.
Small causes, big problems
The causes of many problems are often traced back to inadequate or irregular computer maintenance. This leads to registry databases collecting errors and growing in size as well as accumulation of unnecessary autorun entries. Furthermore, it is possible to adjust Windows services optimally to your needs. Find unnecessary Windows services and fix specific problems in the Windows registry.