TuneUp Utilities 2007 v.6.0.1255

Expand the possibilities of your operating system. All important aspects of system configuration, security, cleanup and maintenance can be accessed through a modern graphical interface. The new TuneUp Utilities 2007 will make Windows even faster, more comfortable and more secure than ever. Configuring the system, making backups and performing maintenance can be easily carried out using the intuitive user interface - all easily done in one program at a single glance.

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Vista is not supported yet... But it seems to be working OK with it... Im just a little bit worried about fixing "registry" problems...

I love this program. When building computers, I always make sure to get it installed on there (of course I charge them for it, they just don't know it). Totally worth it.

Its prolly one of the those few small apps that I actually buying, I love it

aside from the faster performance and new version of all tools , the new disk space explorer is excellent - some equal products cost just as much as the whole tuneup package

It is NOT compatible with VISTA so says the installer of the downloadable version from tuneup utlities site !!

is not officially compatible but is working fine in here, I have the 64bit version of Vista and works, you just need to select compatibility version with windows xp sp2 with administrator privileges

Quote - Mad_Griffith said @ #1
I've come to prefer CCleaner to this. Good app tho. :)

CCleaner only cleans (both HDs and the registry) but doesn't even come close to the rest of the functions that TuneUp has. Can't compare the two cause they are totally different apps.

Quote - FireWire said @ #1.1

CCleaner only cleans (both HDs and the registry) but doesn't even come close to the rest of the functions that TuneUp has. Can't compare the two cause they are totally different apps.

Are you sure? Some time has passed since the last time I used TuneUp, and all I can remember is that the basic functions are the same (The advantage of CCleaner is being totally free and compact). What functions are you talking about, exactly?