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Dell Inspiron PP22L Owner's Manual: Dell Pc Tune-up

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Dell PC Tune-Up

The automated or monthly version of Dell PC Tune-Up allows you to choose
the day and time of the month you want your computer "tuned up". A typical
tune-up includes hard drive defragmentation, removal of unwanted and
temporary files, updated security settings, verification of "good" restore
points, and other maintenance activities designed to improve computer
performance and security. The monthly version is available as an annual
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computer (see "Dell Support 3" on page 106).
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  • Jackie Murphey Jun 17, 2013 06:35:
    I had the directions for Dell Computers. No one can tell you why the lid stays locked. I've never heard of it.

    It's a Dell Inspiron: Model # PP22LL