Just like caring for your body and health, it's a good idea to invest the same amount of attention into your PC's status as well. This is because dangers lurk in most corners of the Internet or application leave traces that pile up with considerable impact on performance. Luckily, programs like awdit Desktop give a helping hand in scrubbing your PC of all junk items and other issues.
Time-consuming initial scan process
Like most applications of its kind, it automatically triggers a scan process as soon as you launch it. This can get frustrating because there's no possibility to prevent it from doing so and it's best if you cease any other activity, with resources being thoroughly used. What further adds to frustration is the time it takes to go through the process and no implemented command to stop it.
Intuitive and polished interface
At this point, the application pulls out an ace from its sleeve and redirects your attention to its polished interface. This is one of its biggest advantages, making accommodation a walk in the park. Areas it puts under the scope can easily be accessed through a side panel, with an option to switch to a full screen view for more comfort.
Little effort required on your behalf
You are not given much liberty besides basic options to clean sections. On the other hand, this isn't entirely bad, because it reduces the effort required on your behalf to a minimum. If you find this suitable for your needs, it can be made to run at startup so your PC is checked for errors as soon as possible.
Each section, such as drivers, disk space, registries, startup items and installed programs are monitored in real time, with feedback being delivered in the same manner through intuitive indicators. Depending on the area of interest, controls can be easily managed by selecting choices from a drop-down menu.
Manage startup items and installed apps
Although its method of approach is a little brutal and gives you little choice, the end result makes up for all you have to go through. Drivers for hardware components are displayed and can be updated with a few mouse clicks, as well as an option to create a backup in case anything unexpected occurs.
The same can be said about startup items, which provide a little more info and options that you normally find in Windows features. You can easily add and remove entries so you reach the desktop faster. In addition, you also gain access to installed programs, with options to view details and remove the ones you no longer use.
All in all, awdit Desktop is not the top pick when it comes to your PC's health, but it does manage to provide a little more than others of its kind. The interface leaves nothing more to be desired, enabling users of all experience levels to manage options right from the start. The only aspect that could use a little more variety in controls is the process itself, because you are forced to watch and wait for the application to do its job each time you run it.