Going Cross-eyed Cleaning Out Computer


Cleaning Out Computer

Why oh why in this day and age can’t someone devise a software programme to constantly run in the background, cleaning out all those annoying little bits of unwanted stuff none of us actually want?

Cleaning Out ComputerWhy can’t the nerds/geniuses who write computer programmes fix this for all of us?

At least once a month my laptop starts dragging its heels, slowing down, clogged up with all manner of the computer equivalent of dust and cobwebs. And so I have to click on the ‘Tool’s button’ and drop down to where I find the ‘clearing tool’.

It contains the following headings:

            1. Browsing and Download History
            2. Form and Search History
            3. Cookies
            4. Cache
            5. Site Preferences

And so I highlight the lot and away it goes emptying out all of those pesky bits of info.

Once done, I then have to laboriously log myself back into each page I use on a daily basis – why, it seems so counter-productive to my way of thinking?

Browsing and Download History – why would I conceivably want to know that? I already know which sites I look at, I don’t need a whole lot of totally unnecessary entries clogging up the works.

The dreaded Cookie is the province of sad people who live in darkened rooms following every click of a key we all make for marketing purposes.

While I think about it, what use is a Cache except for storing the number of times you have opened up a particular online site? As for Form and Search History, or Site Preferences, do I give a damn – no!

I have enough to contend with operating my laptop every day without going cross-eyed cleaning it out and having to log myself back in afterward thank you very much.

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