System Cleaner 5.56c

System Cleaner® takes care of all the common PC headaches that slow your system down and puts your data at risk from disk failure. It also takes care of many of the of the PC problems that other so-called tune-up programs ignore. System Cleaner® also includes a comprehensive "secrets eraser" that scrubs all of your computer and internet activity files and removes every last trace of where you have been and what you did while you were there.

Features:

  • Restores your hard drive's performance
  • Fixes system errors that slow your PC down and cause it to crash
  • Speeds up your PC's execution of software programs
  • Removes space-wasting temporary files and other unnecessary disk clutter
  • Tunes up and optimizes the Windows Registry
  • Erases all evidence of your computer and internet activity
  • Makes your PC boot faster
  • Makes your PC shutdown faster
  • Fine-tunes all important Windows settings
Download: System Cleaner 5.56c (Shareware, $34.95)
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The one great feature that it has is the File Association function. As we all know Vista doesn't allow the same flexibility to modify/change extensions the way XP does. This program makes this possible under Vista.

Registry Defragmenter rewrites your registry entries.

Disk Defragmenter rewrites your hard disk files.

Totally different functions. Can't say whether or not Registry defrag is a good/bad idea. In theory I guess it could be good, but I'd prefer to hear it from someone who understands it better than I do.

This looks like a direct ripoff of Tuneup Utilities 2008 which has all of these same tools plus more. TweakVI is also a great alternative.

I would also like to know if someone uses this. Does it work properly with Vista? Does it really improve performance and optimize the registry without breaking stuff?