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Old 01-13-2007, 07:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have my computer split for different users. Does this slow the computer down at all? When i run clean up software does it clean up all the users or do you have to do them are seperatly.
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2 users on one computer? is that what you mean? It cleans them all up
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2 users shouldnt slow it down but dont get to many.

Use Cleanup! to clean all the junk files
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It will only slow it down if you don't log off but instead use the fast user switching feature and have more than one person logged on at a time.
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