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Query on PC optimizer programs

by wsluna / November 30, 2004 10:33 AM PST

Just to inquire of a good (& safe)program for optimizing pc performance (checks registry/overall pc process)...thanks

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Re: Query on PC optimizer programs
by Echo2 / December 3, 2004 9:37 AM PST

Hey wsluna!

Check out all the reviews here http://www.registry-repair-software-review.toptenreviews.com/
I use SystemWorks 2005 and Registry First Aid.
System Mechanic is popular but I don't like it.
I have heard many good things about VComm's SystemSuite although I have never used it.
Why don't you google "systemsuites" or "PC optimization" for example and see what you find.

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It's V-COM Fix-It Utilities 5
by FrankQTran / December 3, 2004 11:42 AM PST
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Re: Query on PC optimizer programs
by keyhoti2 / December 4, 2004 11:50 PM PST

Might as well put my two cents in:

I also tried Registry Mechanic, but wasn't all that impressed.

About 15 months ago I came across and tried Registry Healer, liked it, bought it for $19 (two free updates since - the latest for SP2, which I have just downloaded).

It is easy to use, comprehensive and very thorough - and I haven't had a single problem, but full back-up is provided, just in case.

As an example of what it will do:

Today I uninstalled iTunes and a couple of other things I don't use/need ... it came up with 210 corrections of which it selected 185 for deletion.

There is an "expert mode" if you want to get into the registry and manually alter stuff.

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