Application programs like PC health advisor?
July 1, 2012 9:12am CST
There is an application that I found out recently called PC Heath advisor and I am seriously considering it (perhaps buying it) because it looks to me like a very good application. It’s basically all the things that I need to make my computer up and running. However, it is made by Pareto logic and the last time I download a product of theirs, I took me weeks just to uninstall it. However, I am in need of similar programs like PC health Advisor who can thoroughly scan my computer and fix things like registry errors. I have CCleaner but only the free version. I have yet to evaluate whether I should get the professional version. Can you guys recommend something?
2 Jul 12
PC health Advisor, I think it is good and would recommend it. Though I do not use it because the first time I saw it, I tried the free version and I was told to buy the professional version, but I do not have the money for that. There was another software, I saw which is registry booster, this can also be good if you try it. I do not know about CCleaner. Try Registry booster, you might get the best service from the product
1 Jul 12
I use CCleaner for registry cleaning and it does the job 100%. It will also of course clean out your temp files from browsers, windows temp files itself and so on. A-lot of these 'paid health programs' for a computer all do the same thing more or less. All they will do registry wise for example is scan a computer for registry entries that are no longer valid. As for other parts of programs such as GPU temps, CPU temps etc there are plenty of freeware programs that will do it. Any 'tweaks' they make to the system/s can all be done by yourself without the need of using a program that will use not only hard drive space but also RAM / Memory usage to run. I'd suggest posting what you want it to do exactly and we can maybe guide you the best way to do it without spending any money at all. As you can probably tell I'm not a big fan of these 'PC Health Check' programs.
2 Jul 12
I did run a free heath scan of the PC health advisor and It told me that I have numerous problems in my computer. Most things are focused on the optimization, which is also good. However, the most thing I care about is the registry cleaning since I am experiencing some computer start-up problems. Anyway, oater friend recommended Advanced System Care to me and I don’t know if I should try it out. I do not really want to touch the registry because I might do something or delete one file that is vital to my computer activities. I also like freeware and doing these kind of things before I really need to see a technician.