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Title: Here’s How To Make Your Old Slow Computer Like New Again
Source: ceeny
URL Source: http://www.ceeny.com/sponsored/xtrapc/
Published: May 2, 2018
Author: ceeny
Post Date: 2018-05-02 11:51:59 by Willie Green
Keywords: None
Views: 344
Comments: 10

Clever new device is saving people hundreds (even thousands) and the big computer companies aren’t happy about it!

Is your computer painfully slow? Have you considered buying a new ‘faster’ computer but the price of even a basic one makes you cringe? Do you wish there was a cheaper, more affordable way to get a new computer? (Hint: there is – keep reading.)

It’s incredibly frustrating when computers slow down or stop working for seemingly no reason at all. And even after all the diagnostics, upgrades, and money spent, the amount of time waiting for that spinning wheel or hourglass to disappear never seems to get any shorter. Your once new, lightning-fast, computer just keeps getting slower as each day passes.

Well, fortunately, there’s a new device that has recently hit the market and it’s literally giving old, slow computers lightning fast speed again. And to say it’s extremely affordable is grossly understated!

What is it?

It’s called Xtra-PC and if you have an old, slow computer, it’s exactly what you need.

Xtra-PC is a small thumb drive you simply plug into your computer’s USB port and it instantly transforms your old computer to like new.

It works with any computer (Mac or Windows) laptop, desktop, and netbooks made in 2004 or later and it is hands down the fastest, easiest solution to getting yourself a new computer without spending $400, $500, $800 or more – guaranteed. No more staring at spinning wheels or hourglasses ever again!

How Does it Work?

Super easy! In fact, it’s so easy that it’s like snapping your fingers and watching your old computer magically turn into the new, super-fast computer you want it to be. All you have to do is…

  • Step 1: Plug It In – Simply plug Xtra-PC into a USB port while your computer is off.
  • Step 2: Turn Your Computer On – Select ‘Boot from USB’ and bingo, you’re good to go.
  • Step 3: Enjoy New PC – In less than 15 minutes you’ll be shocked at the difference in the performance of your computer.

You only have to setup Xtra-PC once and you can even use it on multiple computers! Using Linux lets you squeeze extra performance out of older processors (which is why Linux is a big part of Xtra-PC’s “secret sauce.”)

Xtra-PC Uses The Proven Foundation Of Linux. Here’s How It Works

No Hard Drive? No Problem.

Amazingly, Xtra-PC even works on computers with no hard drives. That’s right! Broken, damaged, or just plain missing – Xtra-PC will have your computer running like new again even without a hard drive!

What Can I Do With My Like-New Computer?

Everything! With Xtra-PC, there’s simply no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a new computer – only to have it peter out on you in another year or two. It makes no sense. But getting Xtra-PC does (which is why the big computer companies are so against this incredibly powerful little device). With Xtra-PC you’ll be able to do the things you normally do…

  • Surf the web
  • Share on social media
  • Write emails
  • Watch videos
  • Play games
  • And more!

Heck, you can even add other programs to your computer if you wanted to. Want to download Skype? No problem, with Xtra-PC, you can.

Why Are Parents Loving Xtra-PC?

One of our readers, Stephanie S. from West Covina, CA, recently told us:

My 9 year old daughter wanted to get a computer for herself. But I certainly wasn’t going to spend $500 on a new computer. I had an old Toshiba computer from my college days packed away collecting dust so when I heard about Xtra-PC I decided to give it a try and WOW – AMAZING!!! My old, slow Toshiba from a decade ago is like new again. A little $35 investment saved me hundreds!

What’s It Going To Cost Me?

Xtra-PC is only $34.99! That’s right – ONLY 35 bucks! And they offer a 30-Day money back guarantee. There honestly is no good reason not to try Xtra-PC.

You can get Xtra-PC direct from the company’s website here. Make sure to buy it from the official site as there are many knockoffs on the market today.

So, Are You Sitting On A New Computer (But Just Don’t Know It?)

Now that you know about Xtra-PC and what it can do for your old computer, the question isn’t, “Do you have an old, slow, useless computer sitting around?” The question is, Do you have a new, blazing fast, ready-to-use-for-anything computer that you need to go find and resurrect?

Start enjoying that lightning fast computer as quickly as possible by following these steps:

  • Step 1: Order Xtra-PC and get it delivered in about 1 week.
  • Step 2: Plug it in and reboot your computer.
  • Step 3: Sit back and enjoy your new PC.

Here’s a tip: Xtra-PC makes a great gift for anyone who has an old slow computer, but doesn’t have or want to spend a ton of their hard-earned money on a new one!

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#1. To: Willie Green (#0)

A thumb drive with a bootable LiveCD of (probably Ubuntu) Linux is worth $35?

This is a bad idea. You forgot to include the warning that any LFer who purchases this is a complete idiot.

You could roll your own version of this with a $5 USB flash drive, a one-click download of a popular Linux LiveCD distro, and a free USB boot installer program to make a bootable flash drive easily.

Tooconservative  posted on  2018-05-02   11:59:52 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Tooconservative, Willie Green (#1)

You forgot to include the warning that any LFer who purchases this is a complete idiot.

Perhaps getting it ready made is worth for him $30?

A Pole  posted on  2018-05-02   12:16:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: A Pole, Willie Green (#2)

Perhaps getting it ready made is worth for him $30?

No way that Willie, an experienced Linux user, is going to actually buy one of these for himself. He knows what a scam it is by any measure.

It's not hard to buy and set up your own bootable Linux LiveCD flash drive. If you can't do that much, you need to give up on computers and just use an abacus.

Tooconservative  posted on  2018-05-02   12:42:42 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Willie Green (#0)

Yeah?

Let's see it host a sophisticated TA trading platform with realtime quote feeds.

Hank Rearden  posted on  2018-05-02   12:55:03 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: Willie Green (#0)

If you plug one into the ass of a trolley car, does it become a Bullet Train?

Hank Rearden  posted on  2018-05-02   12:56:30 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Willie Green (#0)

I just bang my hand on the side of the CPU for a minute or two.

no gnu taxes  posted on  2018-05-02   12:57:51 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Tooconservative (#1)

You could roll your own version of this with a $5 USB flash drive, a one-click download of a popular Linux LiveCD distro, and a free USB boot installer program to make a bootable flash drive easily.

Seems to me that's what the seller did. He then added $30 for labor.

misterwhite  posted on  2018-05-02   14:14:29 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: Tooconservative (#1)

You could roll your own version of this with a $5 USB flash drive, a one-click download of a popular Linux LiveCD distro, and a free USB boot installer program to make a bootable flash drive easily.

What's missing is a description of how it works, and it seems to be more than just a bootable flash drive. If it's just a case of being a bootable drive that bypasses a bogged down windows OS, such that just reinstalling the windows OS would do just as much good then okay, there's nothing special. Maybe it just works on the idea that old hard drives are slow and doesn't use them OS heavy lifting.

If someone's use to Windows and wants to keep it, and this is a bootable linux drive, then it's not much of a solution.

Pinguinite  posted on  2018-05-02   17:56:31 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: Willie Green (#0)

I just might want to buy this as my laptop has been slow just trying to access the internet at times. I'm wondering if this gadget will resolve network configuration problems as I am having to re-configure the configurations just to get on the net just about everyday. I do a diskclean once a week using CCleaner and Windows Cleanup Disk. Sometimes that helps but not all the time.

goldilucky  posted on  2018-05-02   20:46:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: Pinguinite (#8)

What's missing is a description of how it works, and it seems to be more than just a bootable flash drive.

I looked at reviews. It's just a bootable flash drive.

When initially offered, it was $25 for an 8GB, $35 for a 16GB, and ~$55 for a 64GB version.

No reviewer ever mentioned anything other than it being a tiny generic flash drive.

Tooconservative  posted on  2018-05-03   0:01:33 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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