When you turn your computer on do you notice it taking longer and longer to boot up every time? Is it also taking longer and longer to open files and browse the web? If so you probably have a large amount of registry errors, "junk files," and spyware. If this is you, then you have probably seen the commercials for the Finally Fast PC Cleaner and are wondering "does finally fast work?" The answer to that question lies ahead, with a bit of other information that might interest you, including a way to keep some money in your pocket.
The short answer is yes, Finally Fast does a pretty good job of clearing your computer of nasty adware files, spyware files, and revamping your computer's registry. That's the good news. The bad news is that after the free scan that they offer you on the site, the scan tells you that you need to buy several of their products to completely clear your computer of all of its problems. While doing this will eventually make your computer run quite a bit more efficiently, you are going to end up spending hundreds on Finally Fast when you could be spending less than the price of a nice night out for the same service.
Don't get me wrong here. Finally fast is a very quality product and if you like to pay for big ticket items, then go right ahead, but my advice would be to explore your options thoroughly before making the decision to pay half of what your computer is worth to "fix" it. There are some amazing freelance developers that make their living online by setting up ful service programs that do the exact same thing as Finally Fast, and they do it all in one package.
To understand why this market is as it is, you must understand the basic idea behind these products. See, what they do is scour your computer for certain types of files that are very easily found by an experienced developer, and it simply fixes them by either rewriting them or deleting them. Finally Fast is selling you the exact same product as the other companies, but at a much higher price and all broken up into different products by just separating what each program finds.
They also claim to have found a way to optimizing your Internet connection. The fact is that if you have dial up, all of the speed boosts in the world won't help you. If you have DSL or cable, your internet connection expensive enough already, and isn't worth spending even more on for a minuscule gain. Lastly, Finally Fast claims to have developed programs that will do things that Windows already does, but do them better. Guess what? Not worth it. This is nothing that can't be fixed by a more cost-effective product.