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WinUtilities Professional Edition - Free Download Via Sharewareonsale Usually $39.99
WinUtilities Professional Edition - Free Download Via Sharewareonsale Usually $39.99

WinUtilities Professional Edition - Free Download Via Sharewareonsale Usually $39.99

WinUtilities Pro is an award winning collection of tools to optimize and speedup your system performance. this suite contains utilities to clean registry, temporary files on your disks, erase your application and internet browser history, cache and cookies.

It also supports to defragment your disk drives (Though don't attempt on an SSD) and registry to improve computer performance and stability.

Built-in Startup Cleaner allows you to control startup programs that load automatically with windows, find duplicate files, fix broken shortcuts and uninstall unneeded software.

More features include secure file deletion, recycle bin shredding, maintenance tasks scheduling and file recovery.

Yes, you can take care of each of these details either through Windows' built-in utilities, or by downloading and running utilities specific to each task. If you're like me, however, and just don't have the time and energy to keep up with all that, you're much better off with a collection of utilities instead, one that keeps you focused on the variety of things that need doing. That's where WinUtilities comes in.

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Technical Details
Developed by YL Computing
Version is v13.19
Download size is 6.1 MB
Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)

4 Comments

A new way to mess up an already messed up Registry. Just do a total clean install (with all the apps you use and necessary drivers). Then clone that hard drive. Yep, make an exact copy onto an external or internally fitted HDD or SSD. If the HDD is large enough create two partitions first. Use the OS free partition for saving files to or building up a music or games library. That way all your important docs are saved off the boot disk. Every six months to a year wipe the system et al from the HDD. Copy your cloned drive to the now clean, fresh, uncorrupted HDD. Update any divers and off you go again. A sweet smelling PC speedily doing its thing without a trashed registry.

This procedure is effortless via a Mac-Windows BootCamp install (takes a total of 10 minutes to swap the OS from old to new) and it is better than using any of the myriad miracle-fix-it applications available for Windows repairs. The Registry has to be the stupidest OS backbone of any modern OS. Like a wobbly stack of jack-straws it is constantly in a state of near collapse.

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loiterer

A new way to mess up an already messed up Registry. Just do a total clean … A new way to mess up an already messed up Registry. Just do a total clean install (with all the apps you use and necessary drivers). Then clone that hard drive. Yep, make an exact copy onto an external or internally fitted HDD or SSD. If the HDD is large enough create two partitions first. Use the OS free partition for saving files to or building up a music or games library. That way all your important docs are saved off the boot disk. Every six months to a year wipe the system et al from the HDD. Copy your cloned drive to the now clean, fresh, uncorrupted HDD. Update any divers and off you go again. A sweet smelling PC speedily doing its thing without a trashed registry.This procedure is effortless via a Mac-Windows BootCamp install (takes a total of 10 minutes to swap the OS from old to new) and it is better than using any of the myriad miracle-fix-it applications available for Windows repairs. The Registry has to be the stupidest OS backbone of any modern OS. Like a wobbly stack of jack-straws it is constantly in a state of near collapse.


Do you have a dummies guide for a novice like me, I have a Lenovo 555 laptop that I have installed Windows 10 earlier this year and have had no end of bug's since installing Windows 10. Thanks

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Pateo

Do you have a dummies guide for a novice like me, I have a Lenovo 555 … Do you have a dummies guide for a novice like me, I have a Lenovo 555 laptop that I have installed Windows 10 earlier this year and have had no end of bug's since installing Windows 10. Thanks



Without knowing the particular issues you are having or how you installed Windows 10 (i.e. was a clean install or upgrade) it'd difficult to suggest the best course of action. Assuming you don't have lots of applications installed on your laptop the best method I would suggest is to use the 'Reset this PC' option you have available to you in Windows 10.

Type 'Reset this PC' in the search box. It will give you a link to System Settings and the Reset this PC option. You then have a choice to 'Remove everything' or 'Keep my files'. I had an ongoing problem with one of my kids laptops, slow boot times, sometimes it wouldn't boot at all, general laggy performance etc. All they had installed on the machine was Windows 10 O/S, Office and some homework documents .

I took a copy of their homework files and chose the 'Remove everything' option and reinstalled Windows 10 - I would suggest if/when you reinstall you don't go with the Recommended settings you are presented with, instead click on the Custom Settings and change all the default settings from those that send your browsing etc information to Microsoft.

Once done, I would back up your new clean C:/ drive to an external hard drive. If you encounter issues again you can use this to restore.

Then re-install your applications i.e. Office etc. You could wait and back up your drive after you've added these, I prefer not to.

WinUtilities may not be a good choice for a novice. If you didn't want to go down this resetting Windows 10 route you could try a couple of popular and well known/respected app's to check your laptop for Malware etc, I frequently use two: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and Malwarebytes AdwCleaner.

If you Google these you'll see they are highly rated and there are some good YouTube videos that will talk you through how to use them. One of my other daughters managed to get Fastlauncher.xyz malware onto her laptop which took over her Chrome browser - it can be a pain to remove but Mawarebytes took care of it.

Once you have a clean install have a look on YouTube at some of the Windows 10 optimisation tips, you can generally see how good they are from the comments left. Pick out one that covers some of the basics and you'll be surprised how a few tweeks can improve performance.

One the best things you can do to improve performance however if you don't have one already is to install a SSD. I upgraded my 5 year old PC and my boot time is 26 seconds...(I use an application to measure boot up times called Bootracer). Again, there are some good YouTube videos that take you through the process.

I used to be able to go and make a cup of tea while my PC booted up!
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