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SlimWare Utilities this week has officially launched SlimComputer, a nifty, free utility program that uses crowd-sourcing to improve your Windows PC performance. SlimComputer has been in beta testing since its unveiling at the Black Hat cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas in July, and it's gotten good reviews. I've been using the beta version on my 2-year-old HP Mini netbook, and it has noticeably improved my machine's performance. The program runs in the Internet cloud continually gathering feedback from all of its users to assess unnecessary programs that typically run in the background and bog down your PC. It removes such programs but stores copies on its servers in case you choose to later re-install one of them.