Review: IQmango PC Cleaner boosts your computer speed

Scan your computer for registry errors, temporary files, and broken shortcuts, and clean it in a couple of minutes with this useful tool.

IQmango PC Cleaner quickly scans your PC and cleans all useless data found in your system registry. If there's anything slowing down your system, this neat little app will solve it with just one click.

During the installation IQmango PC Cleaner tries to install a couple of additional programs on your computer, but you can easily skip these. The program's main interface is quite basic, with no particular design. However, this isn't a bad thing at all, as you'll be able to use this program even without any prior knowledge of PC cleaners. With just a click of your button you can easily scan your system, clean/repair it, and create a backup before scanning in case you want to restore your settings to the default, as well as save the scanned results as an XML file. The program lets you choose how you want it to scan your registry: Normal (default), Advanced, and Deep Scan (recommended only for advanced users.) By default, the program scans the following three categories: registry errors, temporary files, and broken shortcuts. Using the settings menu, you can select which sections you want the program to scan and which to exclude, such as startup, system drivers, shared DLLs, and similar. Some additional options you'll like are the ability to minimize the program to system tray on close and show log after it finished scanning. During our tests, it took the program only a couple of minutes to complete the scan and it found exactly ten registry errors, 20 broken shortcuts, and 63 temporary files that needed to be removed. The number of errors for each category was listed in the main application window, together with the speed loss categorization.

Want to boost your computer's speed and clean it of unnecessary clutter? Try IQmango PC Cleaner. It's light, free and above all, fast.

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