Auslogics BoostSpeed Gets 5 Stars From CNet Editors

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<strong>Sydney, Australia </strong><br />BoostSpeed, the all-in-one computer optimization suite with a powerful combination of 18 tools, has recently received a five-star rating from CNet. Not only did the CNet editors give a positive editorial review, a CNet video was launched in May.<br /><br />According to CNet editors, BoostSpeed 4.1 is an effective all-around performance enhancing tool that comes highly recommended.<br /><br />&ldquo;We&#39;re fans of Auslogics BoostSpeed for its comprehensive system maintenance and nicely packaged interface,&rdquo; said Jessica Dolcourt, CNet associate editor.<br /><br />At present, Auslogics is ready to release a new build of its all-in-one computer optimization suite Auslogics BoostSpeed 4.1. The new build features substantial improvements.<br /><br />Now the BoostSpeed tray icon provides the users with a list of the most resource-heavy processes. It displays CPU load, memory load and Internet traffic. Moreover, it is possible to optimize memory straight from the tray icon window without opening the main program window.<br /><br />The rest of the changes include faster backup, better interface, Maya 2008 support and others.<br /><br />A German version of BoostSpeed is now available.<br /><br />Auslogics offers a free, fully functional 15-day trial version, and the full unrestricted version costs $29.95. A Microsoft Windows 2000/2003/XP/NT platform is required; 32-bit and 64-bit processors are supported.<br />

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