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Spotlight: UniBlue PowerSuite performance maintenance tools

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jimdrvr99
jimdrvr99

I like the power suite, but I don,t like having to restart every time registry scan runs and nothing I do prevents this. This is an issuse that could be improved upon.

damon.mac88
damon.mac88

I would be a good idea to use a more efficient image slideshow on articles here at techrepublic. Page almost loads everytime i click a new image, would have been better if they all loaded all at once. Simply browse em.

marvin.novello
marvin.novello

I doubt if many TechRepublic users will find themselves using this "suite" of tools. I would certainly never have it on any of my systems. I have seen this on a few of my customers systems - generally the ones who like to collect utilities that do things Windows does already. These are the same people whose start-up list is so long that the PC takes 10 minutes to get ready for any work. Open their browser and there are so many free toolbars open that you end up looking at the web through a one inch slot at the bottom. And don't get me started on a notification area with so many icons it takes 2 monitors to display them all... The range of technical choices the user gets is enormous - but the interface is designed for small children. So - is it for Power users (who don't need it) or newbies (who won't understand it)? Give me a 5 second spruce-up with Ccleaner anyday. Pah! I throw scorn at your so-called PowerSuite. "We don't need no stinking badges" etc

rgoeken1
rgoeken1

I have used the Registry Booster as a stand- alone. Unlike other products recommended on this site that immediately crashed my PC, this program didn't---and did it's job fast. For a quick check it's great---and I don't mind paying for it.