All-in-One PC Maintenance Program?

  • sonnyrizo
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  • sonnyrizo
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Post 3+ Months Ago

After using System Mechanic 4 Professional for a while, I've gotten tired of it, because I get the feeling its not doing much for me. I was looking for a program that could fix all my computer problems, but it doesn't seem like System Mechanic is doing what I hoped it would do. From what I read on the website, I thought it was going to solve all my problems.

Right now, I only use System Mechanic for clearing history paths, backing up the registery, and removing registery errors. That's it. I figured I could find another program do that for me...Also, I hate the visual appearance of System Mechanic. Its a little overwhelming for a person like me.

So, my question is...is there another program (free or paid) that does what System Mechanic Pro does, or even more than System Mechanic Pro?
  • Peekie74
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi sonnyrizo,
In this instance, I don't know of a good all-in-one program.

But what's the problem with several freeware applications that have all the features that System Mechanic has too? Search the software sites like http://www.download.com of http://www.majorgeeks.com for stuff like that.

In all the years that I've been on the internet, I learned that every program that you have to pay for, is somewhere available as freeware. So, search the internet for freeware killer applications.

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