Happy New Year! Hope your 2012 is off to a great start. To make it a great start for your PC, now is the perfect time to give it a tune-up so it is operating at peak performance. Advanced SystemCare Free 5 will help you do just that.
This free Windows program is rated 5 stars by CNet editors, was recently updated in November 2011, and is the number 1 diagnostic software program (free or paid) on CNet. It offers a Quick Care setting that will clean your registry, run a basic malware scan, fix or remove broken desktop shortcuts, empty trash, and erase browsing tracks– all in a few minutes each time you start up your computer.
The comprehensive Deep Care mode performs more in depth scans for all the Quick Care functions, as well as using pre-sets for disk defragmenting, OS vulnerability fixes, and system optimization. Enabling the Active Boost function enables the program to run in the background while you use your computer so it can track where your system is slowing down, and take steps to speed it up. You can also use the Turbo Boost option to set the program to optimize your computer for work applications—but be warned that it requires some advanced knowledge to use this function, and novices should be very careful before enabling it. (However, there is a record of everything done so you can undo anything that causes a problem.)
Advanced SystemCare Free 5 is available for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7. Read the complete CNet editor’s review, read user reviews, and download Advanced SystemCare Free 5 here.