Date: November 30th, 2007
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Uniblue
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PRODUCT INSTALLATION AND TESTING
Next is CPU optimization, and again a simple graph is shown displaying utilization. Clicking on the “Application Booster” button
The disk optimization section only shows a graph; the option to clean up files is located elsewhere in the program. Still, it is helpful to see the read and write load of the hard drive.
Moving on to the Internet optimization tab, bandwidth usage is shown and an “optimize” button is at the bottom. I didn't see much of a difference in my internet connection after clicking on this, however.
The Startup section allows you to remove certain processes from starting at boot up if they are not needed. This is similar to the MSCONFIG utility in Windows XP, but a bit more user friendly.
That wraps up the Optimizations section, so let's move on to the next tab, Clean Up.
The first section here is where temporary and other junk files are scanned and cleaned up. After scanning, highlighting a category of files and clicking on “detailed view” gives the file name, path, and size so you see exactly what you're deleting.
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