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Speed Fix Tool

I'm pretty new to computers and mine (bought second hand) isn't running so great. I saw an ad for a tool called Speed Fix Tool that is supposed to "fix" my computer back to when it was new. Here is the link I copied from the top of the page (address ?)
http://computersumo.com/cpv/us/la2-2-freescanms-3.html?camp=&adset=&adid=&var=
My question...is this a scam? Will it hurt my computer more so than it is now? I use a Dell Inspiron 1720 with Windows Vista laptop.

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Let's see what Web Of Trust writes. (It's bad, real bad.)
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Ccleaner

Grab a copy of ccleaner from here.
https://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

Get the free version.

It's a benign gp cleaning tool.

As for your product the scan is free but you have to send them some bucks to get the fix portion.

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