Best Windows 7 Optimizer?

  smiiithy2009 11:20 01 Dec 2009

Can anybody advise me of the best optimizer to tune my system performance in Windows 7? I would be interested in knowing both freeware/shareware and purchasable software options.

At the moment I don't carry out any routine maintenance of any description on my Dell Inspiron 6400 laptop and I want to keep it to run as efficiently as possible. Also are there any programs that can automatically carry out a defrag and disk clean up periodically or is this possible in Windows 7 anyway?



  ambra4 12:06 01 Dec 2009

“Best Windows 7 Optimizer?”

TuneUp Utilities - Version 2010

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  gardener 12:17 01 Dec 2009

As ambra4 says Tune Up Utilities. Also this one if you like tinkering:

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  smiiithy2009 13:07 01 Dec 2009

Cheers I will give it a go

  john bunyan 17:35 01 Dec 2009

In Win 7 I use: PC Tools as firewall, Avira as anti virus, and Malawarebytes and Superantispyware as malware protection. Also CCleaner to clear out junk and cookies etc, and as a mild registry cleaner. All are free. I do use (paid for) Acronis True Image 2010 for backing up , both as an image and a clone to other drives. I cannot believe how many people have no back up.

  JoeGavin 07:49 06 Sep 2010


You can Use a good PC optimizer and there are lot of available...such as Ace Utilities , Systemcare , Advanced System Optimizer, to make your computer faster...By rebooting, or restarting your computer, you can clear out these temporary files and improve your PC’s performance..right now I m Using Advanced System Optimizer it plays a gr8 role.. it increases my PC Performance...It also got sum useful Utilities..u can try gr8 in optimization....Works f9 try it..!! dis is da best system tuneup tool i used so far..!!

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  Pineman100 16:52 06 Sep 2010

CCleaner. Nothing beats it IMO.

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