How To Speed Up Your Aging PC And Make It Healthier Too

With a little tweaking and with proper tools, you can get a faster, healthier PC, virtually immune to spyware infections and browser hijackers. How is this possible? Find out about the latest tools and how they work.

System LifeGuard 2

This simple to use product is designed to be used frequently to keep your PC running in perfect condition. Every time you use the internet or run programs on your computer - unwanted files and procedures are stored on your hard-disc.Regular computer use accumulates old material that begins to slow down the operation of your hardware and software. So just like your car needs a regular service to keep it running smoothly - your computer needs System LifeGuard 2 to wash away technical clutter - maintain peak operating efficiency - and protect your vital data from loss. System LiIfeGuard 2 offers now the possibility to shred all unwanted files: you can permanently remove the files you want without leaving behind any chance of recovering those files. You can also optimize the way your disk space is used to store files using the new Disk Defragment.

Free Download: http://www.deprice.com/systemlifeguard.htm

SpeedUpMyPC 2.0

Every Windows user knows that over time Windows seems to "slow down". Taking longer to boot, random freezes & crashes, and sluggish overall performance, are all symptoms that we all experience over time, and usually the only cure is to do a fresh install of Windows. SpeedUpMyPC makes it easier than ever before to optimize your settings, free up resources, and remove resource hogs. With simple explanations and real-time graphs for all vital system resources, SpeedUpMyPC identifies performance bottlenecks in minutes. With a heavy-duty arsenal of optimization tools, such as RAM recovery, CPU optimization, startup management, and automatic crash recovery, SpeedUpMyPC is THE must-have utility for both beginner and power users.

Free Download: http://www.deprice.com/speedupmypc.htm

Security Task Manager

Security Task Manager is an enhanced process viewer that provides detailed information about programs and processes running on the computer. It displays all the standard information as well as a unique security risk rating. You can choose to terminate any process, delete it, or alternately quarantine it, which will disable it from running again without actually deleting it. This handy utility enhances the functionality of Windows' Task Manager by warning you about potential system threats. Upon launch, Security Task Manager automatically scans your PC to find all running programs. It then displays information about each application in a sortable list, including name, CPU usage, size, manufacturer, and risk factor. Highlighting each entry gives you more detailed data on running processes, including a description of what it does and how much of a threat it poses to your system. If Security Task Manager finds a potentially malevolent program, you can remove or quarantine it.

Free Download: http://www.deprice.com/securitytaskmanager.htm

John Deprice owns and operates Deprice.Com. For latest software tools, go to http://www.deprice.com/utilities.htm

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