All Press Releases for December 08, 2007

Software Review Site for Non-Technical Computer Users Launched by Industry Veteran

Windows registry errors, spyware, slow computing: With so many software choices bombarding computer users, how does someone choose what really works and what is just sales hype? New review site helps computer users choose tools that actually do the job.

    /24-7PressRelease/ - December 08, 2007 - Your Windows computer has slowed to a crawl, locks up frequently, and you don't know what to do. Online ads for software utilities promising to fix registry errors and speed up Windows are everywhere you surf on the Internet. Maybe you have already purchased one and it didn't work at all, or even made the problem worse. So which one do you choose?

Matt Coy, a 20-year veteran of the computer industry, has launched to help sort them out for computer users everywhere. He approaches his reviews from a user's point of view with the aim of helping computer owners without technical backgrounds choose something that actually works. He only recommends Windows utilities and other software that he has personally purchased, installed, and evaluated.

"The average home computer user does not have, nor necessarily want, a technical background. For more than twenty years, I have tried to approach helping users understand their computers without talking over their heads or down to them. I am trying to take the same approach in helping to recommend software that I have tried, liked, and found to be a real value, without overly complicating my reviews," Coy said.

With the dizzying amount of choices to help home computer users fix and keep their Windows systems running smoothly, consumers need a place they can go for trusted reviews and helpful tips. aims to be that place.

About reviews software utilities and offers tips for a happier Windows computing experience.

Matt Coy, Owner

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