AusLogics BoostSpeed 184.108.40.206
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What's new in AusLogics BoostSpeed 220.127.116.11:
- added algorithms for optimizing Windows with SSD drives installed. Now, if you have one or more SSD drives, the program will analyze Windows settings and tweak them to ensure the most efficient handling of SSDï¿½s.
- improved appearance of some defragmentation map color patterns;
- fixed all known bugs;
- optimized algorithms for defragmenting regular hard drives.
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- 17.8 MB
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- AusLogics Inc
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- C: \ Tweak \ System Tweak
With an eye candy and well organized interface, AusLogics BoostSpeed is addressed to beginners and more experienced users alike, although the look may seem a bit overwhelming at the first glance to rookies.
There are four different tabs in the main window, “System Scan”, “System Advisor”, “Resource Usage” and “Advanced Tools”, each offering various tools developed to increase computer speed.
The “System Scan” utility checks the system for registry errors that may affect stability, looks for junk files that take up disk space and slow down the system, fixes disk errors and searches for fragmented files. A full scan takes around 1 minute, with a moderate amount of resources needed in the process.
The “System Advisor” screen provides recommendations for your system, all of which are designed to boost computer speed. “Disable Administrative Share”, “Do not save Internet Explorer encrypted data to disk” and “Disable Certificate Propagation service” are just a few of the advices you may receive.
While the “Resource Usage” tool has a pretty self-explanatory name and shows CPU, RAM, disk and network usage, the “Advanced Tools” is the tab that opens a whole new dimension.
You can perform disk maintenance, free up space, uninstall apps, recover files, repair or defrag the registry, erase history or speed up Internet, all from a single tab.
On the good side, AusLogics BoostSpeed performs most of the tasks automatically and without slowing down the operating system, but on the other hand, some of the tools still need important updates. For example, the uninstaller does nothing more than to launch the built-in uninstaller of the selected app, so it doesn't seek and remove leftovers.
All in all, AusLogics BoostSpeed is still a good choice when it comes to boosting computer speed and it comes with dedicated tools for almost every single part of your system.
AusLogics BoostSpeed was reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on December 22nd, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / XP 64 bit / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8
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