Like a computer, your brain can store and process large amounts of information. It can remember names, solve math problems, and save tips that you might need at a later time.

Unlike a brain, though, computers tend to collect information that might not be important. Not only that, but they can collect information that may be broken, outdated, and even already duplicated on the hard drive, taking up extra space and slowing down your machine.

How can we solve the problem of making our computers run as smoothly as our super-computer brains? There’s often tons of data sitting around that can be… more


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