US Computer Users Still Keeping the Windows XP Legacy Alive
In an analysis of over 64,000 US-based computer users, it was revealed that over 80% are still using Windows XP. So despite recent Microsoft reports of over 90 million in Windows 7 licenses sales, numbers suggest that there is still a large proportion of PC users keeping the Windows XP legacy alive.
Commenting on recent findings, Martin Thorborg, co-founder and CMO of SPAMfighter said, "In these uncertain economic times, tools for optimizing computer performance are becoming increasingly popular among users eager to extend the life of their PCs. The numbers suggest that users are trying to optimize their existing PC operating systems, such as XP, in order to watch their pennies."
As a result, SPAMfighter, the company backed by the world's largest spam fighting community, is turning its attention to enabling PC users to fight off their PC's own sluggish performance with SLOW-PCfighter. Compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows Vista, SLOW-PCfighter is fast, easy to install and user-friendly. Packed with the most advanced and powerful technologies available, SLOW-PCfighter quickly analyzes computer errors by seeking out and removing all unused entries in the PC registry from failed software, driver installations, cookies, and faulty uninstalls to disabled drivers and Windows startup, which can negatively impact PC performance.
By seamlessly removing these errors, bugs and unnecessary programs, SLOW-PCfighter enables users to get their PCs back on track and running at maximum speeds to avoid future crashes and system failures. SLOW-PCfighter is available in English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Czech, Danish, Greek, Swedish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Finnish, Polish, Thai, Japanese, Chinese Russian, and Hungarian.
» SPAMfighter - 06-04-2010