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jv16 PowerTools 2007

The new and improved jv16 PowerTools is an easy-to-use Windows optimization suite and registry cleaning toolkit containing 21 different tools which allow you to keep your computer running smoothly and error-free.

With this software you can...

* Automatically clean your Windows registry from obsolete and unneeded data.
* Automatically fix many kinds of registry errors, such as broken file references.
* Easily uninstall leftover traces of software you have thought you have already uninstalled ages ago.
* Detect and remove unneeded history data and MRU (most recently used) lists that can contain sensitive information about you.
* Locate and delete unneeded files, including temp files and duplicate files.
* And much, much more!

Great, but what does it do for me?

* Your computer will begin to perform better and run smoother.
* Your computer will start faster.

* You will improve your privacy and minimize the risk of sensitive data leaking to others.
* You will save time by having to spend less time to maintain your computer.
* You will save money by not having to buy numerous different maintenance programs.

Change log:

* Fixed a bug from Duplicate File Finder that caused it not to work properly when searching from multiple directories at the same time.
* Fixed two different bugs from the registry cleaner engine that caused it not to list certain types of registry errors.
* Fixed a bug that caused the program to show incorrect user interface elements if the Registry Finder was ran before the Registry Cleaner.
* Added Czech, French, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Polish and Russian translation.

Note: There is no need to update if you are happy with the version you are currently using, none of the found bugs are in any way critical.

Download: jv16 PowerTools 2007 shareware
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