SpeedUpMyPC has provided a lifeline to countless PC users who have been frustrated by slow start-up and program opening times, frequent freezes and crashes and a general deterioration in computer performance.
Filed under: Christine Debono; DriverScanner 2010; Matt Harris; Registry Booster 2010; SpeedUpMyPC 2010; uniblue
First launched in 2003, SpeedUpMyPC has provided a lifeline to countless PC users who have been frustrated by slow start-up and program opening times, frequent freezes and crashes and a general deterioration in computer performance. The software optimizes system settings, deletes junk files and improves RAM and CPU function, injecting a new lease of life into a PC therefore reducing the need for expensive hardware updates. After a system scan to identify files, processes and settings that cause data bottlenecks and slowdowns, SpeedUpMyPC undertakes a series of targeted tweaks to boost system resource management, to optimize system and network settings and to remove junk files that can bloat a hard drive.
The 2013 version has more power than ever before with a brand-new back-end and scanning engine, refined functionality and a totally redesigned interface.
New features include:
- Compatibility with 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
- New GUI design reflecting the updated Uniblue brand
- Tweak management console to implement or undo individual tweaks as required
- Enhanced system resource management and advanced speed tools for maximizing power
- New tweaks to optimize system and network settings
- Available in 12 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Russian and Japanese
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