Acebyte Utilities is a collection of tools that aim to help optimise, clean up and repair your PC.
Some of these modules seem quite familiar. A "Startup Manager" can disable Windows startup programs at a click, for instance. The "Uninstall Manager" highlights large programs that you may not need any more. And there are tools to fix Registry errors, clear your browsing history and erase temporary files.
Other options will scan your PC for "problems", though, and the issues they find are a little trickier to understand. Should you allow the program to "set rapid response to request of application", for instance? What about "improve input/output cache"? Or "disable debugging tools"? If you like to know what this kind of application is doing to your system then you'll be left a little frustrated here.
Still, we were a little reassured to see that Acebyte Utilities does record your original settings before it makes any changes. And so if a particular tweak has some undesirable result then you should be able to reverse it very quickly.