Improve Windows Performance With These Free Tools
Windows is the most used operating system with millions of users. It has been used by more than 80% computer users around the globe. Although, it a nice operating system but it becomes slow with the time. This is due to junk files, temporary files and changes to registry done by viruses or other software. If you think your windows is not working as it used to work, you can use some PC optimization tools to improve its performance.
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CCleaner and Defraggler are two good PC optimization tools. Both tools are fully compatible with all available version of windows. You can try these tools. If you want to know what these tools do to improve the performance, keep reading.
CCleaner is really a nice tool that is used to clean up Windows PC and improve its performance. It cleans temporary files, junk files, DNS cache, memory dumps, Error Reporting, clipboard, browsers’ history, cookies and log files. It also removes unused and older registry entries.It also removes temporary files created by some other apps like Adobe Reader, Google toolbar and much more. It supports all the available browser and removes temp files and history.You must run these tool weekly to remove junk files and temporary files.
Defraggler is a nice tool which defrags the hard drive. If you think that Windows has a default Defrag tool so why to use this separate tool for defragmenting, you must know that the tool comes with so many features that are not available in Windows Defragment tool. You can analyze the hard drive of your system and then select whether to perform quick defrag or typical defrag.
Most important feature of this tool is that you will be able to defrag a single folder too.Piriform is a nice company which is behind these tools. It also has some other software suites that are used to improve Windows performance.You must download both tools and use it once in a week or once in 15 days. That will surely optimize your Windows and improve its performance.
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