Install an Windows-based operating system and it won't be optimised for your PC. For instance, the various network settings won't recognise the type of Internet connection, nor will the graphic drivers be tweaked for your graphics card. Of course, you can manually tweak and optimise your drivers, OS and other settings. For instance, it's relatively easy to download an application to manage your network connection or optimise your hard drive.
TuneUp Utilities 2008 is a suite of tools brought together under one interface that will make the tweaking and optimising of your operating system more effective. However, it also goes further by enabling you to find and locate deleted files, defragment files and much more.
TuneUp Utilities 2008 link.
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