Although modern operating systems are quite reliable and offer plenty of opportunity for customization and fine-tuning their performance, they are still prone to slowing down with time and contracting malware even from sites that pose no threat from the first glance. If you have been using your OS for a while and would like to give it a good cleaning and speed it up, Glary Utilities Pro will be a perfect tool for the job!
Glary Utilities Pro is a powerful system optimization and maintenance suite that allows users to improve various aspects of their operating system and protect it from malware with just a few mouse clicks. The package consists of tools split into several categories: Clean Up & Repair, Optimize & Improve, Privacy & Security, Files & Folders and System Tools. Every tool available in Glary Utilities Pro is just 1-2 clicks away from the home screen, so you won’t have any problems finding the one you need. The tools comprising the program allow you to free up disk space on your HDD, slim up you registry by removing broken or unused keys, fix invalid shortcuts, uninstall programs without a trace, monitor and optimize memory usage, erase historical browsing and system usage data, encrypt files with sensitive information, shred (completely delete) files, remove duplicate files and do a whole lot more! The security features of the program also include a process manager that can be used for stopping processes used by Trojans and other types of malware.
If you are looking to clean up your system clogged with bits and pieces of hundreds of programs you once installed and uninstalled and give it a solid boost, make sure to try Glary Utilities PRO!
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