Before you decide on purchasing a registry fixer program try a speed test on you internet connection. You could call the tech support for your internet provider but that could take some time and maybe a long wait on the phone. Doing a speed test yourself is very simple. And if you find your speed to be OK then you can move ahead and try other possible computer running slow fixes such as with the computer’s registry.
But how do you do a speed test on your internet service? It’s easy, quick, and free. You do not have to rely on your internet provider’s technical people, you can find out for yourself and if you have a problem then call the techs. First do a search for a DSL speed test in Google and you will see several web sites offering free tests. You don’t even have to give the site any information. Simply click “Start Test” and the site will read your connection instantly and automatically.
I have tried several of these web sites and all work basically the same. Now granted they are trying to sell you something, maybe like a registry fixer or “speed up” software, while you are on their page using the free speed test. But you don’t have to purchase anything. Tests I have run in the past came back with 3+mb on download and .03+ mb on the upload speed. Yours may vary a lot from this depending on your type of connection or the level of service you are paying for. If you are on a cable internet service you will have much higher speeds than with a DSL. My speed fall with the range my DSL service has promised me.
It could be you need to upgrade to a higher speed internet connection if one is available and depending on your uses and needs. Some internet providers offer different speeds for different prices so check that out.
Once you are sure you do not have an internet connection problem causing your computer to be slow you may then want to go to the next most likely cause: your computer needs that registry fixer.
If your next step is the registry please investigate by running the Free Scan at: Registry Fixer