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Ashampoo released WinOptimizer 10 at the beginning of the month, advertising new utilities and overall improvements.
Installing Ashampoo WinOptimizer is a breeze, especially since the company has taken the toolbars out of the express installation process. Just before completing the process, you are prompted to set up an automatic cleaning schedule, which can be altered later from the Settings panel of the suite.
Looks have changed for the better in this release, offering an easy way to search for general issues on the system, as well as a comprehensive view of all the modules and utilities available, general statistics and backups created by the suite.
The list of modules is exhaustive and comprises tools for maintaining the smooth running of the system, improving its performance, settings customizations, as well as information about the hardware available, HDD state, or file-related utilities.
WinOptimizer 10 also provides a section (Favorites) where you can pin the most used utilities in order to launch them quicker.
Maintenance procedures for keeping your computer in tip-top shape refer to eliminating clutter files from the disk and from the registry, as well as defragmenting the drives and Windows Registry.
Furthermore, WinOptimizer can get rid of items collected during web browsing sessions by Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Opera browsers.
The direct result of eliminating redundant files is freeing up space, while defragmentation of the disk and registry ensures faster access to data.
The drive cleaning utility is designed to eliminate redundant data resulting from working with the computer, but also gathered from applications such as Adobe Reader, QuickTime or Java (cache).
As a direct result of this activity, you increase the amount of free space. The utility is configured to target only files that can be safely deleted from the system (temporary, general backup files or thumbnail previews) and provides the possibility to analyze the results before eliminating them.
Additional information available includes the total amount of redundant data encountered and their size on the disk. Keep in mind that, when deleted, files do not go to the Recycle Bin, but you can change this from the “Options” menu.
Further customization includes the possibility to add files and folders that should be excluded from the search, and defining filters for specific formats that should be skipped.
Cleaning up web browsing data is also a fairly straightforward process that removes cache, cookies, history, or session files from any of the supported browsers. Obviously, you can make per-browser settings so that only specific elements are deleted.
During our testing with the default configuration, WinOptimizer managed to clean all browsing elements in the case of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, but left behind some data collected by Internet Explorer.
The module for improving the performance of the computer includes management tools for services, items launching with Windows, running processes and an uninstaller.
Although some of these instruments (service manager and startup tuner) are generally helpful to more experienced users, Ashampoo succeeded in making them relevant to beginners as well, thanks to the community-based ratings for most of the entries.
Relying on info from other Ashampoo users, beginners could sometimes decide on their own if a specific entry should be kept running or not. On the downside, in some cases, there isn’t sufficient information or the rating may seem quite low, which might lead to erroneous decisions, especially with services.
The process manager also provides additional details about the entries, marking those pertaining to Windows and informing of the manufacturer.
Another utility available in this module promises automatic improvements for the Internet connection, based on preset configuration of specific parameters (MU, RWIN, TTL, QoS, etc.). However, the change for the better depends on the system and the settings variations that could lead to a boost in connectivity are quite a few, so not all machines might benefit from the optimization. Ours was not among the lucky ones.
Sometimes even a performance drop may occur, but this can be easily reversed by restoring the original settings, which are automatically saved by WinOptimizer. This can be done from the Backups menu.
The options for customizing the operating system now include a section especially for Windows 8. They allow you to modify the boot sequence by hiding the boot logo, disabling the sphere animation or update and other notifications during the boot process. You can also switch to Windows 7 boot menu.
A very interesting option refers to the way modern UI apps are closed. In order to terminate them, you have to swipe them all the way down, but WinOptimizer 10 can shorten the distance required to complete the action. Thus, you can close the apps even with incomplete swipes. This option is designed for both touch screen and mouse usage.
From what we’ve seen, other than this, long time users of Ashampoo WinOptimizer do not get anything new in this version as far as tweaking is concerned.
But even so, the amount of options at hand is incredible and covers settings that affect the logon procedure and screen, devices such as mouse and keyboard or drive-related tweaks (change cache value, hide partitions). For Windows Vista and 7 there is the possibility to customize Aero features.
Windows Explorer can be customized as well, in terms of appearance and functionality, like disabling some functions in the Start menu (Log Off, computer shut down, help and support, search bar).
Windows customization module includes the necessary utilities for changing file associations and the options available in the context menus.
Since Ashampoo WinOptimizer is designed as an all-in-one package for keeping your system in great shape, it also includes a module for retrieving details about the system.
This includes information about software and hardware, file dispersion on the disk (DiskSpace Explorer), system benchmark results and current disk status (Disk Doctor checks for potential errors) and health (HDD Inspector reads and interprets S.M.A.R.T. attributes). In the latest release of the bundle, there is also a font management utility for previewing and deleting installed fonts.
Benchmarking the system consists in running a set of tests that measure the Integer (Dhrystones), FPU (Whetstones) and RAM performance (RAMperf); these are the same tests as in our previous analysis
of the package.
The list of file-related utilities has been enriched with two new tools: Link Checker and Duplicate Finder. Their names are suggestive enough in reference to their purpose.
While the first one may not lead to too much of an improvement, eliminating duplicate files
could lead to claiming valuable free space.
The configuration panel for this utility is quite simple and, apart from specifying the scan location (local drive or folder), it also allows you to define specific file types that should be targeted.
Duplicate Finder can find the double entries by matching name, size and data, but an option for bit-by-bit comparison or file checksum is missing, which makes the results less accurate.
Our testing showed that items different in name but with the same content are flagged. Still on the downside, we were not able to remove any of the search locations (neither the default one nor those added by us).
The bundle can improve performance automatically through Live Tuner, a service that constantly adjusts process priorities and resource allocation, according to application usage. To make things easier, this version offers an easy way to access the most used tools, or you can create your own by picking the favorites.
Overall, WinOptimizer may not improve the performance significantly, especially on faster systems, but it does remove clutter, helps you manage important areas (running processes, startup processes, services) and offers important details about the computer. The Good
The list of tools included in the package is huge, covering all aspects relating to system maintenance. Most of the changes can be reversed and you can easily create a restore point before making any modification.
It can also run optimization and cleaning procedures automatically, at a user-defined time interval. The Bad
We experienced a crash on Windows 8 after running the disk space analysis, while removing target locations from the Duplicate Finder proved to be impossible in our case.
Some of the tools available are no better from what Windows offers, such as the uninstaller. The Truth Ashampoo WinOptimizer
is a hefty suite of utilities and a pretty good solution for optimizing your PC, albeit a bit too large for the average user.
It does take some time to set it up, but once you do this it can pretty much optimize certain areas of the system on its own, with a specific frequency.
Note: We have 20 licenses to give away for Ashampoo WinOptimizer 10. In order to win one of them, you are expected to come up with a smart post, positive or negative, about the application in the comments section below.GIVEAWAY OVERWinners for this campaign:
The campaign ends Sunday, March 31. Winners will be notified by the end of the next week; needless to say that we need valid email addresses in order to contact you.
We're still waiting for the other users to claim their free license by confirming their email address.
· Schipor Vasile Ioan - #1
· Gwolf2u - #5
· GuardianX - #17
· Suman Kumaar Thakur - #26
· gini_d - #37
· Bani - #41
· Sudip Kumar Das - #53
· BlogWurm - #47
· Cecilia Dragoi - #14
· Shampoo For Me - #4
· samit - #7
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|Comment #1 by: Schipor Vasile Ioan on 23 Mar 2013, 19:50 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I will uninstall my pirated copy of Tune Up Utilities if I win a license of Ashampoo Win Optimizer 10!
|Comment #2 by: nekiratone on 23 Mar 2013, 20:51 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer is a good suite of tools .
|Comment #3 by: scottwhatever on 23 Mar 2013, 22:38 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Well, for £40, it really doesn't seem to do that much more than what you get from some of the free software out there. But maybe worth a try, especially since you're giving it away. (Being a "baldy", we'll see if I need "Ashampoo"...groan)
|Comment #4 by: Shampoo For Me on 23 Mar 2013, 22:58 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I'm a miser and opt to shampoo the windows of my computer at least 10 times with this great product
|Comment #5 by: Gwolf2u on 23 Mar 2013, 23:08 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Well this is my review with WinOptimizer 10
First would like to say that I used all version since version 6 and all got better and better by the build.
But yeah Windows also got more complex and yeah I think getting things more complex in the end is the way to go.
Not based on my experience with this version I will give just this simple feedback.
Very powerful, easy to use, and covers area that help the newby PC user to the more advanced PC user. Be sure and take the time to look at all the options and understand what they do before you start clicking away.
Be sure your system has been backed up before you start deleting items you don't understand or you may regret your actions.
None discovered so far, however, would like to see a one-click option or the ability to build a sequence of steps that you'd like run on a regular basis.
Very handy tool to help manage your system and improve performance by removing outdated items, clean up your registry, dump browser history and temp files and give your system that weekly housekeeping cleaning that help maintain it in peak running condition.
|Comment #6 by: Walter on 24 Mar 2013, 01:19 UTC|| reply to this comment|
You can be optimistic about optimizing,but ASHAMPOO products are very good at cleaning and making your computer run smoothly.
|Comment #7 by: samit on 24 Mar 2013, 01:28 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo Winoptimizer 10 comes with new features like font manager, duplicate file finder, restore point manager and link checker and it is fully compatible with windows 8. As a user of version 9 these new features by Ashampoo are really welcomed. THe major improvement has been done in various components of Winoptimizer like disk cleaner. etc. Only thing I don't like about Ashampoo is live tuner which optimizes system in a real time. I don't like any program running in background take system resources. But good thing is we can disabled live tuner in Ashampoo Winoptimizer. Ashampoo Winoptimizer is a great system utilities to have in the system. Thanks Softpedia for this great giveaway.
|Comment #8 by: mrtrout on 24 Mar 2013, 01:46 UTC|| reply to this comment|
i have won other ashampoo products over the last few years they have a lot of giveaways on techblogs i am using glary utilities pro i got in a giveaway & iobit asc v 6 pro giveaway i got on here but that is going to end the license in a little over 90days i would like to win a license of this good ashampoo program it would help me with my computer to keep it running fast & clean if i do not win a license even if i do all the best to who ever wins this giveaway and who ever is the lucky 20 winners i hope i win one good luck to all who try
|Comment #9 by: berrybest1 on 24 Mar 2013, 02:31 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I am an OLD computer programmer, who was on the internet when a 256K PC was an AMAZING thing to have! The WORLD WIDE WEB consisted of a Banking Application called "Prodigy", and I had to flip switches on my "modem" (0s and 1s) before I could dial-up the INTERNET. So, I guess I am a little cynical. I have downloaded both free and paid-for apps that are supposed to take care of everything but the kitchen sink for your computer (eg: optimize your system, update your drivers, prevent viruses, malware, and adware, provide a firewall, etc.).
So, I think this software's features are NOT THAT unattainable! Maybe it's because some of the other ones have promised EVEN MORE and given EVEN LESS. I think it's possible that this utility could do ALL it's claiming pretty well! It is staying within the area of "optimization" (perhaps the definition a little loosely at times), but it is NOT straying into other areas ENTIRELY. Plus, this is NOT this programmer's first rodeo!!!
As a former programmer (and just about everything else computer related), I still think logically, you know...if this, then that. He may have expanded his focus, but he has covered these areas before. If he took the parts that worked well for him before and put them together, then THOROUGHLY tested everything, the utility could be decent.
All I can tell you is that some of the stuff (JUNK) that I've gotten over the past, say...10 years..., would have gotten me FIRED if I had written it. I feel this utility is already leaps and bounds past that. I'd like to give this thing a try; I'm tired of trying to find matching situations on forums, help lines, etc., where NOBODY has a clue, nor can they do anything about the problems anyway. It would be AWESOME to have the BIG group of utilities in "Ashampoo WinOptimizer" work correctly, so a HUGE number of people can start thinking of something else!!!
Thanks for taking the time to read and consider my comments,
|Comment #10 by: eric lacasa on 24 Mar 2013, 04:28 UTC|| reply to this comment|
cool maintenance tool in opitimizing your pc!
|Comment #11 by: stardustx21 on 24 Mar 2013, 05:17 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I love Ashampoo's products (except their office suite) and used the free version of this product and would looooove a full license for WinOptimizer 10.
|Comment #13 by: den on 24 Mar 2013, 05:51 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I wouldn't mind testing this software out and compare it to other tools on the market.
|Comment #14 by: Cecilia Dragoi on 24 Mar 2013, 08:52 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2013 enhances an intuitive slant – perhaps this can be seen as an inconvenience, as it might not pass some users’ “tolerance” because it takes control on system with no warnings.
This release, discloses improved algorithms and fine behavior; nevertheless, similar programs like AVG’s TuneUp Utilities, IoBit Advanced System Care or Piriform CCleaner are more popular at the moment but, it works good and does the job (: at the beginning, after installing Ashampoo WinOptimizer 2013, my Windows 7 was no-responsive, however… it glows now).
I believe is just a matter of choice whether to choose Ashampoo or comparable software or just limit to built-in Windows tools; yet, developers made a nice attainment with this product-release.
|Comment #15 by: Bita on 24 Mar 2013, 09:12 UTC|| reply to this comment|
As good as others ...... easy to use....
|Comment #16 by: zeff on 24 Mar 2013, 12:12 UTC|| reply to this comment|
thank you for giveaway...
one of the best system optimizer software. It works what it claim. Not all function/module work excellent but definitely some function works excellent. If i would give it 7.5/10.
i need this one so i am in.
zeff from INDIA
|Comment #17 by: GuardianX on 24 Mar 2013, 12:26 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Good A.M. from the east coast of USA; approx. 75 miles north of NYC.
This is my take on Ashampoo WinOptimizer 10 and I quote from above;
"Ashampoo WinOptimizer is designed as an all-in-one instrument for bringing your computer into top shape as well as keeping it run at optimum parameters. It encompasses all the tools necessary to clean the system of redundant data, view all the running processes and services. The bundle also features the possibility to manage the services, view the items that take up the most space or benchmark overall performance."
Now this is my personal synopsis; "I could not have said it any better myself".
I have a volume of software suites in my Ashampoo library; the likes of WinOptimizer 7 & 8. Never had v9. But; v7 & 8 at the time worked flawlessly and I have and older system.
My system is approx. 10-12 yrs old.
No complaints; at all.
The program is a fully functional and operational maintenance suite designed to pave the way for your system to have simply put; an "optimized" end-result to a faster and smoother running system and definitely has all the tools to ensuring top-notch performance at every spectrum.
This package offers tools that can provide a resolution for any potential, possible and probable cause and reason for slow-going computers, lags, freeze-ups and or lock-ups, glitches and even protects from impending crashes.
The best of all from my practical view-point; is that this product works like everything else they provide.
As I have stated before; Ashampoo is in my book "GENIUS" at making software.
|Comment #18 by: Steven281 on 24 Mar 2013, 15:51 UTC|| reply to this comment|
If ever there is an expert on most all the Ashampoo products it has to be me. If only for the fact I own almost every product they sell, and have been using most of them since their earliest versions.
I've always found the win optimizer from Ashampoo to work very well, and be fairly easy to set up from the beginning. I've seriously trusted my Ashampoo with all versions of windows I've owned, and I've owned enough competing products to say with all honesty that I like most of my Ashampoo products the most. Regardless of whether I win a free copy of Win Optimizer 10 or not, I still intend on owning it one way or the other. Plain, simple, and straight forward.
|Comment #19 by: Gabi Dumitrescu on 24 Mar 2013, 18:09 UTC|| reply to this comment|
If I recall it well, the first time I used WinOptimizer was back when its version number was 4. Even back then, it was a program way ahead of its time, offering excellent features for an amazing price and, to make it even more interesting, the shareware/trial version was actually usable and really useful, unlike most of its competitors that required registration to really DO something with them.
I've been away from WinOptimizer for a while now, I must admit it, but it would surely be great to have it by my side once again!
|Comment #20 by: L'D' on 24 Mar 2013, 20:35 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I have used Ashampoo utilities for the past 3 years.
Ashampoo Winoptimizer utilities combine most essential tools which are in good standard, but far from excellent. ie Ashampoo has no intention to provide an ultimate system utilities. To get hard disk benchmark, you have to buy their HDD Control. In fact, most(if not all) ashampoo standalone utilties outperform their all-in-one(aio) winoptimizer, like unistaller 5 and Magical Defrag 3. As a customer, you pay a higher price for an aio winoptimizer. To achieve better optimizing performance, you have to spend some more on their standalone products.
Ashampoo Winoptimizer UI is neat, simple, user-friendly.
(not a typical review, but personal opinions)
|Comment #21 by: b0du1 on 24 Mar 2013, 22:14 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I tried a lot of suits with various tools as stand alone tools too but I found Ashampoo WinOptimizer the best choice for me. It has all you need and more. The best thing is user friendly interface. Sorry, the best is the job it does and it does it better then other suits ended. This is not promotion this is my conclusion testing those suits and refering my needs. So thanks for licence. :)
|Comment #22 by: Sid_7 on 25 Mar 2013, 00:44 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I have been using Ashampoo WinOptimizer 9 since its initial release by Ashampoo in Feb 2012. Now, I have been trying out the 40-day trial for AWO 10, for past 2 weeks as well.
Frankly, AWO 10 is SAME as AWO 9 - save a redesign of "Overview" page and with a couple of new tools [like duplicate file finder]. Ever since I used AWO for first time [AWO v5, BTW], I have used the "One-Click Optimizer" alomost exclusively. Unfortunately, the "Live Tuner" feature introduced in AWO 8 still doesn't work well in AWO 10 - its prone to crashes & is generally unreliable, with no discernible affect on system performance. IMO, something like Process Lasso works better in this respect.
But this doesn't bother me. As I indicated earlier, I depend on AWO's basic system cleanup abilities, which work well. Though AWO 9 is still working fine, I would love to upgrade to v10, courtsey of his giveaway - I love to keep myself updated with the "lastest/greatest" versions of software!
|Comment #24 by: vhick on 25 Mar 2013, 01:58 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer is improving every year. Fixing some mistakes and bugs to their software making it so reliable in handling your tweaking, cleaning and maintenance software.
|Comment #25 by: Kmr Abhishant on 25 Mar 2013, 03:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer is a good software to increase PC performance. I have used its trail verson. Some of its feature, i do not use. So there must be a option to deselect these features (like File Encrypter & Decrypter,File Splitter & Joiner etc. ) during installation.
Overall it is good for me and I need a licence for it.
|Comment #26 by: Suman Kumaar Thakur on 25 Mar 2013, 09:18 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thank you again to Softpedia to organizing such an awesome giveaway. this time its Ashampoo Winoptimizer 10. I have used Winoptimizer 9 and I was really an awesome windows utility after System Machanic. but I prefer Winoptimizer over System Mechanic. I am a great fan of Sofpedia as well as Ashampoo products. This type of cool giveaway can only be organized by softpedia team and no others. I wish that one day Softpedia will be over and above all tech news and downloading sites . Softpedia has made its own reputation and created its on image in market which is very different and big than others. thank you again for this giveaway. Wish I could win 1 license for winoptimizer 10.thank you and love you softpedia.
|Comment #27 by: Prabhath on 25 Mar 2013, 10:18 UTC|| reply to this comment|
thank you for giveaway...
one of the best system optimizer software.
|Comment #28 by: vinay on 25 Mar 2013, 14:35 UTC|| reply to this comment|
"Traces left behind when surfing the Internet are erased." is really remove completely ??
File Splitter & Joiner's working is Questionmark ???
|Comment #29 by: Phoenix on 25 Mar 2013, 15:20 UTC|| reply to this comment|
It's really an awesome utility that makes a PC much faster than ever. Its One Touch Optimization gives the user the golden chance to Optimize his/her PC at a glance. It's really a must have utility for a PC. I'd also like to recommend this tool to everybody.
|Comment #30 by: kaushik on 25 Mar 2013, 16:33 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer is an all in one system optimizer but one can achieve the same result (or maybe even better result) without paying a single penny though one will have to download lot more data.
CCleaner, Defraggler, Eusing Free Registry Cleaner are sufficient to clean registry and remove redundant files. For benchmark PCMark & 3DMark are best used as they provide detailed analysis though they are lot bigger at 1.2GB. If someone require a all-in-one optimizer and free, Advanced System Cleaner packs everything WinOptimizer has. Auslogics also has its own niche range of softwares to do everything from cleaning to optimizing the registry and most of them are free without any limitation.
WinOptimizer is for those who want an advanced all in one system maintenance software that offers more in less (more function in less size) and ready to sell out the 40 pound.
|Comment #30.1 by: Ron on 26 Mar 2013, 03:01 GMT|
I'd rather go to the car wash than use this shampoo to keep my drive clean!
|Comment #31 by: Alekh on 26 Mar 2013, 03:07 UTC|| reply to this comment|
ashampoo winoptimizer 10 has the functionality to speed up the system, especially windows XP. earlier the net worked slowly and after using the software and a change in web browser now the system runs like everything is fine inside.
|Comment #32 by: Kalju on 26 Mar 2013, 04:25 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Isn't here no foaming needed, it would be nice if one could.
|Comment #33 by: nevzata74 on 26 Mar 2013, 12:09 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I always liked Ashampoo products. They are simple to use but feature rich, WinOptimizer is no exception. Thanks Ashampoo.
|Comment #34 by: 95mediatech on 26 Mar 2013, 16:02 UTC|| reply to this comment|
this all new Ashampoo win optimizer 10 is better then ASC and Tune up.. it's second best then system mechanic.
i really like Ashampoo they have all the software solution in almost every program category.
thanks softpedia again to give us the opportunity for the loyal Softpedia visiters
|Comment #36 by: Ahmet on 27 Mar 2013, 13:25 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Very good a program.Very thank you for campania
|Comment #37 by: gini_d on 27 Mar 2013, 14:13 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Well this software you can label as the "swiss knife" for System Optimization. Everything is their from cleanup to the options from fine tuning your system. However like a swiss knife working with all the configurations is cumbersome and it takes time to wrap your head around it. I also think that phrase "Jack of all trades is master in none" is justified by this software.
|Comment #38 by: Gopal on 27 Mar 2013, 17:58 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer is the Efficient way to recycle your old Windows based PC to brand new.Reborn your Windows based PC with this tool,Thanks You! SOFTPEDIA for this wonderful giveaway.
|Comment #39 by: Asriel Rusdyawan on 28 Mar 2013, 01:25 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I like using Ashampoo products because it has top-quality design and use, including this WinOptimizer. I like it's feature that can monitor HDD and other stuffs around my Notebook. And also it's ability to remove junk files is very superb. Very great tool to have. Please count me in too Dear Ionut Ilascu..
I wish to win this Giveaway.
|Comment #40 by: vidyut jain on 28 Mar 2013, 11:33 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Winoptimiser 10 is an improvement over 9. however when it comes to windows 8 like many other optimizing tools like tuneup and advanced system care there is more work that needs to be done.Having said this it has many windows 8 specific tweaks like the task scheduler etc. Among the available options the Interface of this application is clean and easy to comprehend. the new look is something i would like to use as it shows the three areas for the overview of the system. the system benchmark is also a very useful tool for gamer like me. I would definitely recommend this over the advance system care and tuneup for the stability and speed in execution it brings over other...most definitely over advanced system care which I was using prior to testing this application.Well done Ashampoo.
|Comment #41 by: Bani on 28 Mar 2013, 13:20 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ah, I remember using the trial for WinOptimizer 8, and already it was really convenient and efficient.
It helps save a lot of space, and my favourites are the registry optimizer and internet cleaner. It gets rid of moot files and cache, and cleans everything up nicely, which was very useful. It gets rid of old backups for me all at once, and all around makes my life easier.
Some of the services are just repeats of stuff you can find built-into Windows... But I suppose it's nice to gather all the services into one menu?
Also, I've only had to use it once, but the undeleter is amazing! I was searching for an old document for a long time. It wasn't even in my recycling bin, so I used it to recover that previously deleted file. What a life saver.
|Comment #43 by: marciomieken on 29 Mar 2013, 03:20 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer traz mais uma alternativa de programa para a limpeza e organização do sistema de arquivos do Windows. Como uma grande vantagem com relação à maioria dos outros, ele é leve e não consome muitos recursos do computador, mesmo estando repleto de ferramentas para a manutenção.
Outro aspecto interessante é o fato de ele contar tanto com o sistema de “organização em um clique”, quanto dispor de todas as ferramentas separadamente (além de algumas extras). Dessa forma, você pode tanto optar pelo processo completo quanto realizá-lo em etapas (ou à medida que você tiver tempo para tal).
Um ótimo ponto também é o fato de a máquina não fica completamente travada enquanto ele executa as análises. Assim, é possível continuar o uso do computador normalmente, mesmo que você esteja operando um programa um pouco mais pesado. Além disso, a interface do aplicativo é muito bem organizada, estando dividida em categorias bem definidas, o que garante a facilidade na hora de encontrar as funções disponíveis.
A execução das tarefas é relativamente rápida, não tomando mais tempo do que o necessário. No entanto, vale sempre lembrar-se de que o processo de desfragmentação do computador, por exemplo, costuma ser mais lento e varia conforme o tamanho do disco rígido e a quantidade de arquivos presentes nele.
Se você quer fazer uma manutenção completa do computador e ganhar em desempenho, vale a pena testar o Ashampoo WinOptimizer.
Leia mais em: http://www.baixaki.com.br/download/ashampoo-winoptimizer.htm#ixzz2OtZ4Z164
|Comment #44 by: HKane on 29 Mar 2013, 12:39 UTC|| reply to this comment|
One more quality software from Ashampoo. Thanks for this giveaway and good luck to everyone!
|Comment #45 by: davyandjane on 29 Mar 2013, 13:31 UTC|| reply to this comment|
A right old smart Alec know it all program.Great stuff Ashampoo.Need to update my old version 8.
|Comment #46 by: Ayaz on 29 Mar 2013, 17:40 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer is a good suite of tools .
|Comment #47 by: BlogWurm on 29 Mar 2013, 18:59 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo WinOptimizer 10
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Thanks Softpedia and Ashampoo for this giveaway.
|Comment #48 by: Henning on 30 Mar 2013, 05:38 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Ashampoo Winoptimizer 10 - your one-stop shop to take your pc for a service. It is fast, it is clean, it is clear, it is safe, it is effective - it is Ashampoo!
|Comment #49 by: Matteo on 30 Mar 2013, 09:54 UTC|| reply to this comment|
More interesting function in Ashampoo WinOptimizer is AntiSpy section Privacy & Security: Applies settings to prevent ad hoc potential unauthorized transmission of data.
In order to be able to restore a previous situation in case of problems, the software is also able to perform automatic backup when applying changes important.
Ashampoo WinOptimizer has a new interface, very friendly, which I like for its excellent speed offering in the transition from one menu to another.
|Comment #50 by: Stuart Shaw on 30 Mar 2013, 16:01 UTC|| reply to this comment|
The only good thing from Ashampoo is its Burning Studio.
No need to say anything else.
|Comment #51 by: sungin on 30 Mar 2013, 18:01 UTC|| reply to this comment|
being with ashampoo software for 2 years iv been using there dvd burner for quite time i hope i can use this software to get the top on everything winning or no winning thats is the question anyway happy day everyone be safe :D
|Comment #52 by: raiyan on 31 Mar 2013, 05:09 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I would love to win! I think my pc needs optimizing...
|Comment #53 by: Sudip Kumar Das on 31 Mar 2013, 06:38 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Where to start? Using WinOptimizer for over a decade now, starting from the very first version and upgrading with every iteration. Yes, this software is that much indispensable for me. Lots of things have changed over the years, not this piece of software from my PC. Well, the only change is better tools, better optimization with every new version of WinOptimizer. More importantly, over the years this is the only system maintenance software I have used without any ill effects to the OS. The cleaning tools are exhaustive yet safe, never really deleting anything important or messing with your system. The newer features of this version are worthy a upgrade, while the core features remains solid as ever. Hope I will win a license.
|Comment #54 by: qmlg186 on 31 Mar 2013, 08:20 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I prefer Ashampoo to TuneUp Utilities. Because This software has File Wiper, File Encrypter & Decrypter, and File Splitter & Joiner AND This feature is not available in TuneUp Utilities. This software prioritize in Security & Privacy
|Comment #55 by: Rob.C on 31 Mar 2013, 13:59 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I have used winoptimizer for a few years now and it keeps my old XP system running strong. I would like to be counted in for this promotion.
|Comment #55.1 by: Enamul on 02 Apr 2013, 12:14 GMT|
Simply the best utility for windows. Right Softy
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