LazyLoad allows you to schedule when applications are launched after the start of your computer, this allows your PC to be up and usable faster whilst still loading your applications in the background ready for you to use.
When Windows(r) starts it tries to load all the programs in your startup folder at once, this places a big strain on the processor and your hard drive (c drive), by LazyLoading your applications this strain is reduced.
We explain what fragmentation is and how fragmented data can slow down your computer. view it
We show you how to change the hard drive on your Mac tower so that you can have more space for data storage. view it
Here's how to swap a hard drive on a Macbook view it
We tell you what you need to know about the process of building a custom PC. view it
How to find the proper notebook hard drive view it