WinSysClean promotes the health of Windows by sorting through all the potentially hazardous files on your computer and neutralizing them. We liked its simple approach, but wanted to see more in the trial version about updates to the program's library.
This program is a great way to ensure your computer is running at its maximum, without getting confused or possibly deleting important files. It offers several different easy-to-understand options as far as cleansing Windows is concerned. Scroll through the options and choose between searching for custom files, troublesome .BAK, .GID, .CHK, and .TMP files, as well as image cache files--or all the above. In addition, you have the option of fine-tuning Windows, from emptying the Recycle Bin to more complex tasks like deleting memory dump files. In addition, a schedule can be set up, so the computer automatically cleans itself. Another great option is the Status Screen. From here, simple graphics give users a picture of their computer's health. From available memory, system usage and temporary files, to monitoring incorrect shutdowns, this is a great snapshot of the system.
Our only concern is the lack of information about updates to the program. The Internet is constantly evolving and hackers are coming up with more sophisticated ways to corrupt your computer. If the paid version solves that mystery by offering regular updates, there are few simpler ways to seek out and remove potential problems from your system. WinSysClean is a solid program that even novice users should grasp quickly.