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Now Windows can clean up after itself

By Hiawatha Bray
September 19, 2005

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If computers are so smart, why can't they take care of themselves? Keeping a PC in proper trim involves a host of niggling little tasks, many of them confusing and all of them easy to forget. It's not fair. Computers are good at remembering stuff. Surely they could remember to practice their own digital fitness regimen. (Full article: 820 words)

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