PC pitstop optimizer 2.0

  kiddgame2000 08:57 03 Jan 08

Has anyone ever heard of it or used it, is it any good?

I did a scan last night with pc pitstop and was wondering if it was worth buying the optimizer as it highlighted several 'issues' with my computer.


  birdface 09:08 03 Jan 08

Try Winaso Optimizer Free.Only repairs 10 items at a time but you can run it as often as you like. click here

  RickyC :-) 10:15 03 Jan 08

If you have the January issue of PC Advisor, you'll find both Advanced System Optimizer 2.0 from Systweak and Ashampoo's WinOptimizer 2008 on the DVD. Give either of these a try - you may find they're exactly what you're looking for.


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  sunny staines 12:13 03 Jan 08

Use pitstop every six months or so for the feedback on your system but I would not buy any of their products as there are good free ones available like winaso and iobit awc2, these last two undo each others optimise settings, I find the AWC2 is better at optimisation. Glary utilities is another free one which is good.

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