Raxco PerfectSpeed PC Optimizer 2.0.116

Software, System Tools. January 26, 2010 by Dizel.
Raxco PerfectSpeed PC Optimizer 2.0.116

Raxco PerfectSpeed PC Optimizer 2.0.116 | 35.62 Mb

PerfectSpeed is the first product to combine multiple enterprise-class performance-enhancing tools in one easy-to-use suite for the casual PC user — a Microsoft-certified disk defragmentation and optimization tool, safe registry cleaner, duplicate file remover, military-strength file shredder and powerful privacy protection all in one. And it’s automated, which makes it easy for the novice user, but also others who desire these capabilities from a vendor they can trust.

- All-in-one Defrag, Registry, Duplicate File and Privacy Protection
- Completely automated using AutoPilot Scheduling™
- Proven safe and effective from a brand you trust
- Perfect for novice users as well as PC experts

Automatically Optimize Your PC Fast And Efficiently
Windows creates fragmentation – that’s a fact. The more fragmentation your PC has, the slower it performs. PerfectSpeed’s Microsoft Certified defrag engine is the fastest and most efficient method to optimize your PC, resulting in performance gains of up to 300%.
You determine exactly when you want the defrag process to start. Daily, weekly, screen saver mode, the process is completely customizable. Or let StealthPatrol™ take over by automatically running only when your PC is idle.

Automatically Clean Your Registry The Safe Way
A clean registry is essential for a trouble free PC and ensures that your high performance standards are maintained. The registry holds key information about your PC and as you install and remove programs, it collects redundant and unwanted debris that degrades performance and leaves it vulnerable to malware designed to infiltrate a computer.
Unlike conventional registry cleaners, that can cause system instability by taking an overaggressive approach, PerfectSpeed’s SafeClean technology takes the safe and tactical approach. Finally, you can clean and repair your registry with confidence.

Automatically Erase Traces To Protect Your Privacy
Right now, your PC is storing private information that malicious eyes can see. Like it or not, you’re leaving a trail of all websites, images, videos, uploads and downloads and routine activities, such as personal website browsing and online banking, is exposing you to potentially embarrassing or vulnerable situations. What’s more, file clutter, from unwanted cookies and internet file caches, are also leaving a history of your internet activity. Manually deleting these files, and clearing your browsers history, isn’t nearly enough to fully protect your privacy.
PerfectSpeed automatically erases these traces forever to ensure your privacy is protected. Don’t waste time using multiple programs that you have to remember to manually run.
You also get a military-strength file shredder that permanently deletes files so snoops and criminals can’t recover the data, even if they have forensic data recovery tools.

Find And Remove Your Duplicate and Temp Files
By removing unwanted duplicate and temp files, you are ensuring that every last drop of disk space is being put to good use so you don’t run out of valuable disk space. These unwanted files are the biggest waste of disk space and only accelerate the time that you will eventually run out of it and need to purchase more. PerfectSpeed finds and removes all duplicate and temp files, especially those space-consuming music, video, and picture files. PerfectSpeed goes way beyond just emptying the recycle bin and deleting temp files.

Customize To Your Preferences
Your PC activity is unique. Enable or Disable some of the most common PC tweaks available in the following areas:
- Performance (Menu speeds and Window animation)
- Security (ActiveX and Browser Extensions)
- Appearance (Balloon Tips and Error Beeping)

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