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Question regarding eboostr software for Win XP

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I'm starting to work with a new customer because his previous IT guy was not following trough anymore.

The previous IT guy installed eBoostr software on all computers and it is supposed to make the computers faster. The website is www.eboostr.com

Has anyone hear of this software? Is it really necessary to run any boosting software?

I for one don't like any unnecessary stuff install. I told the customer I would find out more about it. Any advice is appreciated
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Question by:Gerhardpet
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Never heard of it and would agree with you unnecessary software is unneeded.  Me personally I'd remove as most I have seen just slow machines down
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