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smart pc utilities vs compuclever

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#1 emig-tea


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Posted 02 August 2017 - 05:01 AM


I have found two brand of applications for windows:

1) compuclever:
Ultra file opener
Ultra ebooks reader
Antivirus plus (cloné of bitdefender)
Tuneup maestro
Clean maestro

2) smart pc utilities:
Game fire
Pc services optimizer
Pc start up Master
Pc tasks optimizer
The design of physical support CD-ROM box is cloné of auslogics/tweakbit design:
The icons is same like iobit apps: black circle with colored encadrement

3) also remo software:
With spécialised of undelete/convert mail/outlook/pst project files,
And repair all type of video, pdf, and zip files,
And repair also windows like defrag disk and fix registry
And à duplicateur photo cleaner,
And the wonderful remote & cloud "remo more" app for windows/Android machines


What is better ?, remo ?, compuclever ?, smart pc utilities ?, you know theses brands/androidpplications ?


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#2 Hareen


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Posted 02 August 2017 - 07:01 AM



I suggest you not use such apps.


First get a clear idea of what you need the app to be doing.

#3 Daniel_Boringcliffe


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Posted 02 August 2017 - 08:41 AM

Uninstall those optimizers immediately. They are good for nothing and are very likely to cause problems. Use CCleaner if you insist on having one. Also, get an AV. You can get Avast, for example. It's free and it is less likely to break your system than crappy "optimizers".

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