Trial limits use

Keep looking for a fully functional system optimization program.

This program offers the tools to optimize your PC's performance, but with most of its features disabled for the trial, we had no way of knowing if it performs as promised. What little bit we did get to experience proved to be sluggish and often times unresponsive.

PC Optimizer Pro has a straightforward user interface. Menu commands for scanning your registry, erasing tracks, and shredding files run down the left side of the window. Each command's details and actions are displayed in the same window. No matter which command we selected, the program quickly scanned and produced results. But implementing any action was another story. The program required that we enter our name and e-mail address, and ultimately, pay for the program before we could perform any of the cleaning and shredding actions. The Manage Startup feature did let us disable items from start-up, but we found the list of programs incomplete. Also, after scanning our registry, the program became unresponsive whenever we tried to select any found registry items for view.

A built-in Help feature is included with the program. Without being able to witness the full performance of this program's features, we can't give it our recommendation. This is a category packed with options and we suggest you try out other programs that let you test all of its features.

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