How frequently should I reboot? 



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It's Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Read something interesting today about Obamacare. It will be
mandatory to pay for it, except for his Muslim friends, Senators 
and Congress members. And illegal immigrants get lumped in 
somewhere between Muslims and Senators.
The infidels will be forced to pay for the medical expenses of
the privileged class.

Once that law is in place, Muslims won't need vehicle insurance
any more either, unless they want to drive into Canada or Mexico.

I wonder if it would affect the November election, if these facts
were leaked to the unprivileged infidels. 

Have FUN!
DearWebby


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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Troy Kaczor, 40, Wausau, Wisconsin Man arrested after jumping into river chasing one-legged goose A Wausau man was rescued from the Wisconsin River on Thursday after he plunged into its frigid water while drunk and chasing a hobbled goose, police said. Troy Kaczor, 40, told police he shed his shirt and shoes at Big Bull Falls Park in downtown Wausau before he dived into the river, intending to catch the one-legged bird and then roast it, Wausau Police Lt. Bill Kolb said. Kaczor was too drunk to catch the goose and too drunk to get out of the river on his own, and had to be rescued. Kaczor was unable to secure his goose dinner, but he did get a meal out of the mishap. Police arrested Kaczor, 529 McClellan St., on a warrant for bail jumping and took him to the Marathon County Jail, Kolb said. As far as the police know, the goose still is on the loose.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Mandy Re: How frequently should I reboot? Dear Webby, like you, I use my computer also as a fax machine, so it has to be on pretty well all the time. However, it gets awfully slow. After rebooting, it is a bit better, but it seems every month it's a bit slower. How often should I reboot, or what should I do to get reasonable speed? Mandy Dear Mandy I reboot once a week, unless a Windows update requires it in between. A reboot doesn't really do much more speeding up than you can accomplish by running Crap Cleaner. For speed I use Registry Booster to clean and optimize the registry, and Diskeeper to continuously defrag the hard drive. Yes, I know, there are hundreds of free programs that PROMISE to do the same. You probably even have a bunch of them installed. With those, the speed of your computer tells you that you get exactly what you pay for. I bought DisKeeper about ten years ago, after I lost one hard drive too many. Have not crashed one since, and the improvement in speed compared to free defragmenters is quite noticeable. The same goes for Registry Booster. I have tried lots of free registry cleaners, and found they made no noticeable difference. It costs under $30, and they throw in SystemTweaker 2010 as a bonus. I like it, and highly recommend it. Have FUN! DearWebby
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