Best Maintenance Tools For Better PC Performance

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Best Maintenance Tools For Better PC Performance

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Which computer maintenance tools do you use to keep your PC performance at it's best?
PCs require continuous maintenance to ensure a great experience. Cleaning unrequired data, updating the software, keeping the system safe from harmful programs and taking care of connected hardware might seem a big chore. But all of this can be easily done using some useful PC maintenance tools.

There are many third-party maintenance tools available that will automatically complete important PC maintenance tasks for you and ensure your PC is always working at optimum performance...
10 Best Maintenance Tools For Better PC Performance

Out of the ones listed in the article above I have used:
  • CCleaner Free
    Have used this for years! You do have to be careful that you have all your logins recorded somewhere because if you do a through cleaning those cookies will be wiped out/erased.
  • Auslogics Disk Defrag
  • Driver Booster by IObit
    I did have this on my machine for a while.
  • Revo Uninstaller
    This I have. It is quite good at finding all the leftovers from removing a program from your machine if you use the Advanced scan.
  • Malwarebytes
    This is installed but don't need to use it.
  • Belarc Advisor
    Have had this on my machines for years! Used it just the other day in fact.
  • Glary Utilities
    Have this one too!
One tool I miss is Norton's Doctor. It seemed to fix any problems I had in the past.
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