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Feed your PC's need for speed with Uniblue's SpeedUpMyPC

SpeedUpMyPC is the automated solution to a cleaner and quicker computer -- now with less work and even less money on your part.

Owning a PC is very much like owning a car. Regular maintenance can keep it running quickly and reliably. Enter Uniblue's aptly-named optimizer, SpeedUpMyPC, to save you some time and make that maintenance process hassle-free.


By automatically scanning your PC, SpeedUpMyPC can find unwanted files, unused processes, and invalid registry entries that may be clogging up your computer and decreasing its responsiveness. The best part: there's very little grunt work needed on your part. All it takes is a couple clicks to achieve a cleaner PC.


Main Features:

  • Identifies the issues slowing down your PC.
  • Cleans up unwanted files and registry fragments.
  • Improves your PC's overall health and stability.
  • Adjusts settings to improve PC performance.

Whether your current machine has been diligently cleaned or is a little bogged down, it's always worthwhile to run a scan and uncover what you might have missed. The trial version doesn't offer much in the way of cleaning until you register -- but you can at least get scan results for free.

Normally sold for $29.99, SpeedUpMyPC 2013 is now on sale for $11.98, a 60 percent savings. SpeedUpMyPC supports Windows XP, 7, and 8. This deal will run for one week and ends on Tuesday 11:59 p.m. PST Sep. 18, 2013.

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