Keeping your computer safe from crashes and random BSODs is very important in order to be productive and efficient in your work. Imagine how frustrated you would get if your PC stops responding or reboots randomly in the middle of making an important presentation or working on a report. As they say, prevention is better than cure, it’s better to regularly clean your PC without waiting for it to crash first. It will only take a little out of your time, and you wouldn’t have to miss any deadlines because of lost work. Previously, we covered a PC cleaning application called FixBee that lets you clean, defragment and repair errors from your PC. Today, we have a very comprehensive PC management application called TweakNow PowerPack 2012. It is a suite of utilities that lets you manage every aspect if your computer and tweak it according to your needs. Back in 2009, we covered TweakNow PowerPack 2009, an older versions of the same application. Read on to find out about the new features included in the suite.
The application hosts different types of tools neatly divided into 7 different tabs accessible from the top, named Quick Optimizer, Troubleshooting, Windows Secret, Windows Cleaner, System Information, Miscellaneous Tools and Restore Backup. The Quick Optimizer tab lets you Clean Windows Registry, Clean Traces from Web Browser, Compact Browsers’ Database Files etc.
The Windows Secret tab contains different secret menus and options for the operating system, which are not accessible by default. For Instance, the Control Panel submenu lets you enable and disable applets from the Control Panel of Windows.
The Windows Cleaner tab contains multiple tools for performing regular PC cleaning tasks, including Disk Cleaner, registry Cleaner, Secure Delete, Startup manager, Uninstall program etc.
The System Information tab displays some basic information about the attached hardware, along with their drivers and the software installed on your system.
The Miscellaneous Tools tab provides you with utilities like Auto Shutdown , Process Manager, RAM Optimizer, Virtual Desktop etc.
Whenever you modify or delete a file or uninstall an application, TweakNow PowerPack 2012 automatically makes its backup. The file or application can later be restored to the original state using this backup. Under the Restore Backup tab, just click the required file and select Restore from the top.
The Options menu at the top allows you to set a password for TweakNow PowerPack 2012. After the password is enabled, no one can access the application and modify your files without entering the specified password.
TweakNow PowerPack 2012 works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.