Ashampoo WinOptimizer 184.108.40.206By (Commercial Trial)
File Name: ashampoo_winoptimizer_16_16.00.20_sm.exe
File size:27.32 MB (28,650,192 bytes)
License: Commercial Trial
Languages: Multiple Languages
Submit Date: 07 November 2018 | CangeLogs
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Company: Ashampoo GmbH & Co.KG | Publisher
OS Systems: Windows OS
MD5 Checksum: B99721DBCCC60F98D5B0A0518CEA66D7
Publisher: Mary Honza | Contact
Software Product Description
Ashampoo WinOptimizer 16 cleans, accelerates and secures your Windows system. The program takes care of maintenance issues that arise from day-to-day Windows use. Tools such as 1-click optimization declutter hard disks, repair invalid shortcuts and delete the browsing history and cookies to save space and protect your privacy.
Various modules help analyse, customize and optimize Windows systems. If needed, Windows telemetry settings can also be adjusted to limit data collection to a minimum. System maintenance tools eliminate junk files, web browsing traces and registry errors.Features Include:
- Validate program shortcuts.
- Run hard drive benchmarks.
- Manage and customize context menus.
- Full control over start-up programs and services.
- Conserve PC energy without losing performance.
- Remove unwanted browser extensions.
- 1-click optimization.
Additional service and process management features shorten boot times and optimize Internet connection speeds. The program also comes with two modules to protect your privacy and a powerful system analysis feature for extensive details about your hard and software configuration.
Sensitive data can be permanently deleted or securely encrypted with password protection. Version 16 comes with an enhanced overview page with quick system analysis results, a link checker that detects invalid shortcuts and a hard drive benchmark tool. Furthermore, all cleaning modules have been updated for best performance and compatibility.
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