SpeedyPC is a registry cleaner tool that has been held as one of the best within its sector for quite some time now. It’s a tool that has been able to win a considerable amount of awards.
But what are my personal feelings about it?
Well, downloading the product to my system was fairly straightforward, along with the installation process, after which I was somewhat coerced into restarting my machine. SpeedyPC is compatible with Windows Vista, 7, XP, 98 and 2000 operating systems, which means, you should have no problems getting it working on your machine.
SpeedyPC Top Features:
The fact that it was able to optimize and enhance the overall performance of my system
It features an interface that is very easy on the eyes, and simple to use
It features a back-up utility which you can use to ensure that the integrity of your system is always preserved
Customer support is also very good
(You must purchase the full version of SpeedyPC before you will be able to enjoy all the features of this product. The SpeedyPC FREE Trial will scan your system for registry errors.)
SpeedyPC is a straightforward tool that is relatively easy for you to get to grips with. The moment the program loads up, you’re immediately confronted with a number of tabs which you can use to load up specific utilities. The colours on the interface are colourful and refreshing, so I doubt you’ll have any objections in that department.
What’s on offer?
There are a number of options that are made available to you once the program has loaded up, such as: Scan, Tuner, Options, Results and Restore. The first time I loaded up the program I ran a full scan, just to observe the efficiency of this tool, to see whether it would be able to rectify some of those lingering issues I’d had with my operating system for some time now. After my very first scan, it came back with a report of over 100 errors, which is pretty expressive.
There is no question that SpeedyPC is a product that is effective, efficient and very easy for you to use. The errors that it reported on my very first scan were made up of a number of things such as invalid registry entries, missing DLL files and unwanted startup files.
The next option for me was to decide whether I wanted to rectify those issues or not. So the next action I took was obvious, I instructed the tool to repair the reported issues, which took no more than a minute. After the cleaning process, I restarted my system and noticed that boot-up was considerably faster and many of my installed applications were somewhat faster and more responsive.
Overall SpeedyPC is a software tool that has been on the top for some time now, and I really don’t see it being dethroned. The tool is very fast, and the full scan feature is very thorough, penetrating deep into your system to locate those nagging issues.
And if you’re still undecided, there is a free trial that you can download from the link below, so that you can experience the product for yourself. The fact is whenever a software developer offers a free trial for its products, that’s typically a sign of surety on the developer’s part, that the product on offer is worthy of your patronage.