Initial speed test
The program initially performs a speed test, just to make sure that your computer needs to be optimized.
Just as expected, in 99 percent of the cases your computer does need optimization, so just hit the big red “Boost” button to apply the standard “Full Speed” mode.
In case you're using a dial-up connection, Full Speed boasts a separate optimization mode, so make sure to check the dedicated option in the main window.
Reset the changes applied to your web browser
Because it's critical to keep users on the safe side all the time, Full Speed also comprises a “restore to default” feature to get back to the original settings and thus reset any modification made by the app.
Check your Internet connection speed using different tests
Another useful tool packed into Full Speed is the speed test that provides three different modes to check the speed of your Internet connection: quick, medium and long. After performing any of these tests, you can see file details, time, connection quality, progress and speed.
Full Speed doesn't seem to provide a significant speed boost, but the application works flawlessly on all Windows workstations, while remaining very light on hardware resources, no matter the computer configuration.
All things considered, Full Speed is worth a try, but nothing more. It provides some basic optimization tools, but there are some other apps out there doing the same thing a lot better, with a great amount of customization features and information.