There used to be a time when I used to worry about how long it took running programs and stuff on my computer and so I spent ages deleting old files to free up space in order to get the old gal to go a little faster. I don’t have to worry about it anymore because I’ve now got a brilliant utility to do it for me.
The program I use is called TuneUp Utilities and I’ve set it up to scan my computer every Friday. So, every Friday at 5.15 pm it searches the hard drive and corrects any registry problems, removes invalid shortcuts, frees up disk space and optimizes hard disk performance. As you can see from the following image of the start page although my PC is fully optimized
I have one problem that threatens my overall computer health. Clicking on the link tells me that I haven’t checked the hard drive for errors over the last three months and that I should check it for errors using Tuneup Disk Doctor which it’s now doing as I write this post.
I admit it, I’ve been slack because although it does a rudimentary cleanup of the system during it’s weekly checkup I do need to manually optimize it occasionally just so as to make sure it doesn’t delete files that I still need.
What I like most about it is it’s ease of use as everything works at a click of the mouse and whenever it comes across a problem it tells me clearly what it is and gives me a selection of solutions that will resolve the problem that is easy to follow. Just as an example, as part of the optimization process it presented me with a list of programs that were rarely used and upon my order removed them from the computer. A whole lot easier than going through the ‘Add Remove Programs’ Windows option.
So, just to summarize here are some of the tasks that TuneUp Utilities will do for you.
- Secure data protection
- Reliable data recovery
- Dependable registry cleaning
- User friendly controls
- Simple and thorough 1-click maintenance
- Individual Windows styling
If your computer isn’t running at it’s optimum level perhaps it’s time you tackled the problem by utilizing TuneUp Utilities arsenal and what better way than by making use of their free trial offer.
Filed under: Computer Software
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