Speed up your PC and improve its security with this one-stop PC management and maintenance suite
Advanced SystemCare Pro is a suite of tools that comes packed with features to secure, clean, optimise and generally get more from your PC.
The Maintain Windows module, for instance, includes four main tools. A Registry cleaner detects and removes leftover Registry keys; the Privacy Sweep erases your internet, Windows and application histories; Junk Files Clean frees up hard drive space by deleting files you no longer need; and there's even a spyware removal tool to eliminate any malware that might have escaped your attention.
The Diagnose System module then actively scans your PC, looking for security and performance problems, and recommending changes. This might include immunising your PC against known malicious ActiveX controls, pointing out Windows services that can safely be disabled, or highlighting system setting changes that should speed up your system. And there's even a built-in defrag tool, which intelligently reorganises your files to deliver the best possible performance.
The Tools module is amazing, a complete set of PC maintenance tools split across three tabs. Explore here and you'll find options to detect and fix hard drive errors; securely erase confidential files; optimise the performance of your internet connection; defragment your Registry; detect and repair broken shortcuts; back up and restore your drivers; manage your IE settings; locate duplicate files on your hard drive; remove unwanted context menu entries; analyse your drives to see which folders are using all the space; control your startup programs; uninstall programs thoroughly, without leaving fragments; and automate the shutdown of your PC.
And if finding your way around every corner of this comprehensive suite sounds too much like hard work, then good news - there's an easier alternative. Enable Automated Care and, when your PC is idle, the program will scan for problems, and make any necessary tweaks and cleanups automatically, leaving you free to get on with more important things.
Review by Mike Williams.