Software Utility Protects, Repairs, Optimizes PCs

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<p><strong>Boston &mdash; June 19</strong><br />A new, free all-in-one system utility helps protect, repair and optimize computers with a single click of the mouse.<br /><br />&ldquo;There&rsquo;s no longer a need to rush and call a technician when your computer fails to perform,&rdquo; said Hugo Dong, IObit president.<br /><br />The product is called Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal.&nbsp;</p><p> IObit, the software company that developed it, says that with computer technology becoming increasingly complex, it&rsquo;s vital for users to maintain and optimize their PCs on a regular basis to keep computers free from adware and spyware.<br /><br />&quot;We know it&#39;s hard for many PC users to access sophisticated and various Windows optimization tools to enhance their computer&rsquo;s performance,&rdquo; Dong said. &ldquo;This freeware is designed to be the first point of call in solving these issues quickly and easily.&rdquo;<br /><br />Advanced WindowsCare Personal is user-friendly and offers four major benefits:<br /></p><ol><li><strong>Defends Windows. </strong>Scan and remove spyware and adware with the latest definition; prevent spyware, hijackers and bad Web sites from being installed; erase the history of all activities in computer, including traces of online site visit activity.</li><li><strong>Cleans Windows. </strong>Boost system performance by deep scanning and cleaning out all missing, unwanted, obsolete and corrupt registry entries and junk files.</li><li><strong>Keeps peak performance. </strong>Fully optimize Windows for ultimate system performance and top Internet speed, based on how users use computer and what kind of network they have.</li><li><strong>Fixes system errors. </strong>Repair system configurations, eliminate system bottlenecks and prevent crashes, keeping your PC stable and roaring at peak efficiency.</li></ol>

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