If they can't even make a website that works in a standards compliant browser like Firefox, I tend to be a bit leery of any other claims they make.
Also, I don't care what kind of software you put on a system, there are certain limits imposed by the hardware that you cannot overcome. It's like all these download accelerator programs, that are just a scam. They use a few tricks to give the illusion of making things faster, but in the end, a 56K modem is forever a 56K modem, and you will never get more than 56K of data coming in at a time.
Laptops never have, and probably never will, make for good gaming systems is another harsh fact of life. In order to lessen the heat dissipation and load on the battery, laptops are usually a generation or two behind when it comes to video cards. Their LCD screens do not have the greatest of response rates (crucial to eliminating ghosting effects in games)... The video cards usually are integrated into the motherboard, and leech off of system RAM, and you have to deal with 4800RPM drives to top it all off.
Save your money, put it towards getting a desktop if you want to play games. Don't waste $25 on some program from a company that can't even make a standards compliant website.
I am a seriously Gamer. But my poor laptop, used to do paper work, always gives me very bad performance, especially after installing winxp sp2. I found a new software, Intelli Hyperspeed 2005, in Internet a couple days ago.
It claims that it can turn PC into media center, game machine, better workstation or super computer. I tried it and think it does work. And I am going to buy it. But before buying, I want to know how this software works. Their homepage (http://www.iobit.com) shows their product has exclusive features over other famous optimizer like tune-up, system mechanic, etc. Can anyone tell me something about this product? Any suggestion for evaluating such optimizers?