PC Booster (Cool utility, worth a try)

Posted in Windows XP by Steve Sinchak

PC Booster is designed for quick acceleration of your PC with JUST A FEW CLICKS. If you can follow a few clear simple steps - you can soon say Goodbye to frequent windows freezes and restarts and Hello to faster boot ups and more productivity with a faster accelerated system.

Don't you hate those hours of lost productivity when your PC was down, and you can't get a tech person to fix it ... and those blue screens and anxiety panics when you lost your Word document before you could press "SAVE"?

window utilityUsing a revolutionary Auto-Tune up process, anyone can tune up their PC by using Auto Tune to analyze their system. Auto-Tune will automatically optimize your computer for best performance once you run the diagnostics. No experience required.

It examines different modules for System, Desktop, Windows Start Menu, Internet, Hardware, CD-ROM, Memory, Boot Up and Shut Down and optimizes it for your Windows and computer configuration.

New Feature! - Results you can See and Feel! Click for for Performance ComparisonStill not convinced about how much your PC has improved? Unlike other software which only claim to speed up your PC, PC Booster measures the performance of your PC before and after the tune up, and presents the improvements in an easy-to-understand chart, so you can see at a single glance how much faster your PC is compared to before. 



New Feature! - Memory Optimization at your fingertips! PC Booster's Memory Optimization Bar lets you know in real-time how much memory your system has available. Even when you close off some programs, the memory they used may not be accessible. When available memory drops too low and your system starts to slow down, simply click on the Free RAM button to free up the lost memory from your system. Its as good as adding more Ram to your computer!



Advanced Users can make use of the Manual Tune-Up to tweak individual components. An extensive help menu explains the benefits each tweak for your PC.

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