Optimize your PC with Glary Utilities

If you want to improve your system performance, optimize your PC, improve your privacy and get rid of junk files and broken shortcuts, then you will love this program. Glary Utilities contains a collection of tools which helps you in optimising your PC and improve its performance.


Glary Utilities

It has a neat interface of several utilities to help you. The clean up and repair utilities allow you to remove junk files, clean the registry, fix the shortcuts as well as manage your installed programs. The registry cleaner allows you get rid of all the faulty entries. The start up manager is there to manage your startup programs while a memory optimizer helps you in freeing up and optimising the memory. There is a track eraser to delete all the traces of your Internet activity, a file shredder to permanently remove the files.

Not only that, it can even recover your accidentally deleted files as well as encrypt your files to protect it from un authorized eyes. It can do a Disk Analysis of your local drives to determine what application is taking space, a duplicate finder which helps you in finding and removing duplicate files and a utility to Split and join files. It even has some system tools which manages all you running processes, an IE assistant to manage your IE addons and restore hijacked settings and a lot of utilities to manage system such as Checkdisk, Defragmenter etc.

So if you want to take the full control of your PC without spending a single penny, just try this one. It has got enough functions to blow you away. And it even works on Windows Vista.


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  1. Keith Dsouza says:

    Man so many good tools out there to optimize the PC, makes it really difficult to choose the right one without giving it a try

  2. Pavan Kumar says:

    One Ccleaner and one duplicate file finder would be enough to carry out the system maintenance…

  3. Jacklin says:

    Keith is right. I also find it difficult to decide the best PC optimizer.

  4. Sandeep says:

    I think, this is similar to Tune-up Utilities if i am right?