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Toolwiz Care- All-in-One PC Optimization Tool

 

When it comes to optimizing Windows 7 for best performance and usage, we have covered many tools including PowerPack 2010, Vista Service Optimizer, Tweak7, 7Tweak, Mz 7 Optimizer etc. Toolwiz Care is yet another all-in-one PC optimization tool which is a freeware and comes loaded with tons of features and tools. With multi-functional optimization suite, this Windows system optimizer app provides users with a collection of tools which includes System Checkup, Cleanup, Speedup, registry cleaner and 40+ powerful tools to enhance your PC performance, local and network security, and optimize the start-up procedure.

Toolwiz Care

The interface of the app is pretty slick and easy to use with tools organized into tabs. The app comes with a tool to check your PC performance, clean up PC for unwanted files and also speed up by tweaking it. There are also options for security which will scan for processes and services to check for any malwares and threats. The tools tab comes with lots of useful tool like file recovery, file shredder, registry defrag etc.

Tools

It also packs an app manager which allows you to manage installed apps on Windows.

app Manager

The neat and easy to use interface is one good aspect of the tool. It can check for boot time and also reduce it by managing the Windows start up entries.

Boot time

Overall, this all-in-one tool has tons of utilities and features to make it one of the useful optimisation tools for Windows.

Download Toolwiz Care

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Toolwiz Care- All-in-One PC Optimization Tool
Nirmal
Tue, 29 Nov 2011 10:24:32 GMT

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