Glary Utilities Pro a fost chilipirul zilei în 14 ianuarie 2010
Glary Utilities Pro - o armă precum un cuţit elveţian în materie de optimizare a sistemelor, potrivit atât pentru începători cât şi pentru utilizatorii experimentaţi. Glary Utilities Pro oferă numeroase intrumente de sistem, puternice şi uşor de folosit, pentru a repara, a accelera şi a proteja computerul dvs.
Vă permite să ştergeţi fişiere de sistem alterate, dar şi regiştrii invalizi sau istoricul accesărilor la internet. Puteţi administra şi şterge suplimentele navigatorului, poate analiza uzura spaţiului discului şi poate găsi fişierele duplicate. Puteţi deasemenea să vizualizaţi şi să administraţi extensiile shell instalate, să criptaţi fişierele pentru acces şi utilizare neautorizată, să împărţiţi fişiere mari într-unele mai mici şi mai uşor de manevrat pentru ca apoi să le reuniţi.
Mai mult, Glary Utilities Pro include opţiuni de optimizare a memoriei, poate să găsească, să repare sau să înlăture scurtăturile Windows alterate, să administreze programe care pornesc o dată cu Windows-ul şi să dezinstaleze programe. Alte caracteristici includ găsirea în siguranţă a fişierelor, un sistem de găsire a directoarelor goale şi multe altele.
Windows 7, 2000, XP, Vista (x32/x64); Graphics mode 800x600 with 16-bit colors; 20 MB free HD space; Intel Pentium or AMD K5 processor with 133 MHz; 32 MB RAM
Un clic pe zi pentru mentenanţa PC-ului vă ţine departe de orice probleme legate de computer. Cu milioane de utilizatori în întreaga lume, programul de prim-rang Glary Utilities este un prieten indispensabil al computerului dvs., cu o restaurare 100% sigură şi o înlăturare rapidă, detaliată şi lipsită de griji. Glary Utilities este un program freeware care curăţă registrii şi hard disk-ul, cu protecţie a intimităţii, accelerator al performanţei şi cu o multitudine de instrumente multifuncţionale. Poate să repare erorile registrilor, să înlăture confuziile, să optimizeze viteza internetului, să protejeze fişiere confidenţiale şi să menţină o performantă maximă
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I Don Use Glary Utilities Either - U Don say Y U think Tune-Up Utils is Far Great Than Glary.
So If you Don Say Y Tune-Up is Da Bomb, U will just sound like a Tune Up Fan Boy. Ur comment doesn't say anything much about either program.
U May or May Not Like It But It's Truth.... ;)
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If one tool finds 100 registry keys, and another finds 115 keys - Is one better than the other? What if another tool offered to delete 20,000 keys?
@18 - It's not HOW MANY keys the registry "cleaner" finds that determines if it is a good or useful tool.
It is entirely WHICH keys it finds. (And then it is up to the user to READ through the list of keys prior to deleting them, to decide which ones are causing your problem, and which ones are unrelated.
Running a registry cleaner/deleter should always be an "AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION" activity - don't just trust the programmer that they know what your problem is).
Deleting the wrong keys or too many (when none needed to be deleted) is the first step to trashing your Windows System.
It is either a very brave or foolish man who agrees to let a registry cleaner delete hundreds of registry keys when they aren't sure exactly what the problem is... (If the output showing what keys are going to be deleted means nothing to you - don't just toss a coin and hope it might fix the problem you are experiencing).
Could you imagine a Doctor saying - "I'm not entirely sure what the problem is, but we've been getting a lot of people lately with chest problems - lets start by removing the lungs."
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A nice surprise ...
If you are a bit cautious - like me - then select
Status -> Options -> Action: Only scan for problems
and the program won't repair the problems found - before YOU want it :-)
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Firstly, a Registry cleaner doesn't know what your problem is.
All it can do is search the registry and display all the keys that don't follow the set of rules the programmer defined.
Some cleaners try to "fool" users into thinking they have a better product by having rules that are less restrictive, if they can report that they found more "errors" then, so they argue, they must have a superior product.
My point was that the size of the results after a scan isn't the metric to determine if a registry scanner is good or not. You really need to read the results and understand what they show.
Being able to scan or search down a result list and say "yep - that's the error there" is where these tools are handy. They are like a filter showing you a focused list of possible problems from your entire registry (nobody wants to try and read through all of that).
Of course for many users, reading through registry keys (and having some idea of what it all means) is not the sort of skill you want to brag about at parties. The alternative, do nothing, or backup your registry and just take a chance, trust Glary, close your eyes and click on "clean the lot".
If the registry cleaner has just deleted lots of keys/data - there is a chance the problem has been fixed. Sadly there is the chance you have 10 new problems (half of which you will discover at various stages over the next 6 weeks, and the remaining half you will never know about).
Of course there are some more possibilities - you still haven't fixed the problem, and/or absolutely nothing bad happened to your system whatsoever (that you can tell).
It's like a lottery - and your insurance is that registry backup.
Sometimes users after a "Registry Clean with the Lot", 5 weeks after the cleanup - upon starting to see strange error messages or the system slowing down and taking forever to boot - or perhaps they can no longer print from internet explorer, or a toolbar has vanished and will not come back... they sigh under their breath and mention something about a virus and the internet and perhaps those programs the kids downloaded yesterday...
But it was the registry clean a month and a half ago... It just depends how long it takes you to get around to the features with the new errors.
Here is an OLD forum thread over at DonationCoder about Registry Cleaners. (Carols' comments are spot on).
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@5 - Yesterdays giveaway and todays perform different tasks. If you were wearing shoes, would it be redundant to wear a shirt also? (After all, they are both "items of clothing").
There really isn't very much overlap at all between yesterdays and todays giveaways.
However if you don't understand why you would install them or exactly what they do, then there probably isn't much point installing them in the first place. (But yes they could complement each other quite nicely)
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