At first blush, this suite of system tools looks promising, but problems and demo limitations may cause users to look elsewhere. SysFixMaster's very simple menu interface opens tool screens when requested. Each tool follows similar well described steps. Occasionally, the onscreen text is stilted as though it was imperfectly translated into English. We also didn't appreciate the application forcing the installation of a program desktop icon.
There are eight tools in this suite. Three cleaning tools are included for Registry, Junk File, and History. They're joined by a memory manager, startup manager, a program uninstaller, and IE-related tools. Each one has a wizard to follow. Most start by requiring users to set tool options, then start a system scan with a single-click. Scans are squarely middle-of-the-road when it comes to speed. However, the demo suffers from a drastic limitation. Attempting to finally repair or clean after a scan brings up a message that the program must be purchased first. It's impossible to call the demo suite anything other than a scan tool.
This suite doesn't offer anything other than the tools common in this genre. There are no speed advantages, program flexibility, or anything else that gives us reason to recommend testing SysFixMaster.