TweakBit PCSpeedUp is a powerful tool to accelerate any computer’s performance by eliminating slowdown causes, optimizing resource consumption in real time, speeding up Internet connection and automatically protecting speed for consistently fast operation. The software will analyze Windows settings to check if they fit your usage style, and then tweak these settings to eliminate potential bottlenecks and ensure top speed. It will defragment your hard drives to restore efficiency and clean your Windows registry to get rid of corrupt and obsolete keys. PCSpeedUp will also analyze and optimize your Internet connection settings so you can browse the web and download files faster.
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DIAGNOSES your Windows system
Since diagnosis is half the cure. PCSpeedUp runs a comprehensive checkup on your system and detects every issue that may be slowing it down. We have developed powerful scanners that zero in on registry errors, fragmentation, incorrect system or Internet settings and other speed thieves for a precise verdict.
How to use :
After the program was successfully installed, it launched automatically and initiated a scan of my system. It checked for a number of common Windows issues, and the results were displayed in the box shown below:
As you can see, the scan found four types of issues. The “Broken Shortcuts” and “Invalid Help Files” entries were classified as having a “Low” importance, and in my opinion that was a correct classification.
The “Missing Software” and “Other common Registry issues” listings were classified as “Severe”. In my opinion, these are not “severe” issues. In fact, they are quite common on virtually all Windows installations and for the most part they are completely harmless.
This mis-classification of those very common issues as “severe” was a huge red flag. I would classify them as medium in severity at the most as their effects on a typical Windows installation will hardly even be noticeable in regards to system speed and stability.
Clicking on the “Fix all issues” button resulted in this window popping up:
It’s fairly obvious that the purpose of this screen is basically to scare you into “activating” the software so it can fix the “severe” issues that it found with your Windows installation.
Clicking the “Activate Now” button took me to an activation screen where it asked for my name and email address. The activation process included asking me to pay $29.95 for an “Activation Key”. If the activation key isn’t purchased the issues listed will not be fixed.
Bottom line: The issues found by the TweakBit FixMyPC scan aren’t “severe” in the first place, but if you want to fix them you can simply download the free version of an excellent tool called CCleaner. I have used the free version of CCleaner for years and it works extremely well.
My recommendation is to save your money by skipping TweakBit FixMyPC. It won’t harm your system, but it won’t do much to help it either – especially at a cost of $30!