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Optimize, Clean and Boost the speed of your Computer With Glary Utilities

Written By Samrat| 13 January 2009| 3 Comments

If you are looking for an All-in-One tool to Optimize, Clean and Boost the speed of your Computer then you can try out Glary Utilities. Glary Utilities is a freeware all-in-one utility which has got many system tools to Clean Up & Repair, Optimize & Improve your System performance. Glary Utilities has got many powerful and easy to use system tools and PC utilities to fix, speed up, maintain and protect your PC. There are many tools under different categories.

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Glary Utilities allows you to clean common system junk files, invalid registry entries and Internet traces. You can also manage and delete browser add-ons, analyze disk space usage and find the duplicate files. With the Files & Folders Tools you can also view and manage installed shell extensions, encrypt your files from unauthorized access and use, split large files into smaller manageable files and then rejoin them. The interface is really very good which will help you to access modules very easily. Glary Utilities also includes the options to optimize memory, find, fix, or remove broken Windows shortcuts, manage the programs that start at Windows startup and uninstall software.

Some of the tools in Glary Utilities

  • Disk Cleaner – Removes junk data and recovers valuable disk space.
  • Shortcuts Fixer – Easily fix errors in your startmenu & desktop shortcuts.
  • Memory Optimizer – Monitor and optimize free memory.
  • File Undelete – Easily retrieve accidentally deleted files
  • Registry Defrag – Defrag the Registry to improve the System performance.
  • File Shredder – Erase files permanently which makes it impossible to recover.
  • File Splitter and Joiner – Split larger files into smaller pieces and then join them back easily.


3 Comments »

  • Pavan Kumar said:

    Man, I don’t run such memory optimizers. They themselves eat up some 20s of MBs RAM 🙁

    Few others are done with ccleaner – the great tool 🙂

  • Samrat said:

    @Pavan Kumar

    Yeah even I use ccleaner… that’s really a very good tool..

  • Nihar said:

    Thanks for the info. right now i am using system mechanic. As soon as it expires, i will use this.

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