Advanced SystemCare 5.2.0.223

Advanced SystemCare provides an always-on, automated, all-in-one PC Healthcare Service with anti-spyware, privacy protection, performance tune-ups, and system cleaning capabilities. This powerful and award-winning precision tool fixes stubborn errors, cleans out clutter, optimizes Internet and download speeds, ensures personal security, and maintains maximum computer performance automatically.

Features:

  • Scan and remove spyware and adware with the latest definition
  • Prevent spyware, hijackers and bad websites from being installed
  • Erase the history of all activities in your computer
  • Scan and fix invalid and improper registry entries
  • Detect and remove invalid startup items
  • Search and Clean up unused Windows garbage
  • Repair system configurations, Eliminate System Bottlenecks and Prevent Crashes
  • Tune up Windows to improve both system and Internet performance, unleash the power of your Windows
  • Analyze and Show detailed information of hardware and Windows
  • Finish all Work with one click, Super Easy to Use

What's new in this version:

  • Added support for Windows 8 Consumer Preview
  • Optimized "PC Health" and "Performance Monitor"
  • Optimized the UI and function of notification
  • Improved "Privacy Sweep"
  • Optimized "Turbo Boost"
  • Optimized "Registry Fix", "Malware Removal", "System Optimization", "Disk Defragment" and "Shortcut Fix"
  • Added and updated multiple languages
  • Enhanced tools such as "Disk Cleaner", "Cloned Files Scanner"
  • Updated driver database
  • Updated the database of malware
  • Fixed general bugs

Download: Advanced SystemCare 5.2.0.223 | 30.3 MB (Freeware, paid upgrade available)
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No offence but I've never understood who so many people use software like this. Whenever software suggests that you have 2,500 unwanted entries in the registry and they just blatantly press OK without backing up the registry or reading the the small print and they restart their PC and yeah it works great but half of you other applications have either stopped working altogether or certain sections crash for no reason. Granted it's personal preference, but I have never used them.