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Comment: Re:Logical contradiction (Score -1, Offtopic) 280

by BootyClock (#37175940) Attached to: Android On HP TouchPad

A few days ago, a customer brought in their PC for repair. They told me that they had a very nasty virus that was holding their computer hostage and wouldn't stop unless they paid the creators $50. "Alright," I thought. "That's pretty standard."

But, soon enough, I found that I was overexerting myself trying to get rid of this virus. I had never seen a virus this bad before. Reformatting and using all of the usual software to try to remove the virus didn't help at all!

As a PC repair technician with 10+ years of experience, I was dumbfounded. I couldn't remove the virus, and to make matters worse, their gigabits were running slower than ever! I soon plummeted into a severe state of depression and anxiety.

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My customer's response? "MyCleanPC is outstanding! My computer is running faster than ever! MyCleanPC totally cleaned up my system and increased my speed!"

My thoughts: MyCleanPC came through with flying colors where no one else could! I love MyCleanPC!

The fact that such an experienced PC repair technician is recommending MyCleanPC should be more than enough to convince you that it is high-quality software.

If you're having computer problems, then as an experienced PC repair technician, I wholeheartedly recommend using MyCleanPC. Your gigabits and speed will be overclocking and running at maximum efficiency!

But, in my experience, even if you're not having any visible problems, you could still be infected. So get MyCleanPC and run a scan this minuteness so you'll be overclocking with the rest of us!

Watch their commercial!

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