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#1 TheHive


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Posted 04 May 2024 - 05:43 AM

Windows Optimizer


Free and open-source
Supports multiple versions of Windows

 tool is highly recommended for use after a fresh installation of Windows to achieve maximum privacy and security benefits. Depending on your Windows version, Optimizer can also help you apply specific system tweaks.

 app with a drive cleaner, system tweaks, startup manager, HOST editor and more to protect your privacy and increase security.



free and open-source utility for PC the was made by an independent developer who goes by the name, Hellzerg. This system configuration tool lets users configure various settings and make tweaks to their computers that are running the Windows operating system using a simple and unified UI.

Optimizer functions and shares some similarities with WinSlap. What sets the former apart is that it's a portable program — no installation needed — and you can take it anywhere with you and use it through an external storage device. Another is that it supports and will work with multiple versions of Windows.

How do I use Optimizer?

Optimizer is a portable program, thus you can open and start using it right away. It features a single, tabbed UI with a total of 11 tabs. The Universal tab lets you change system functions, including Disable Telemetry Tasks and Disable Windows Defender. The dedicated Windows 10 tab allows you to modify things such as Disable Cortana or Disable Automatic Updates.

In the UWP Apps tab, uninstall Windows applications like Bing. The Startup tab will help you manage programs that run after boot. The Common Apps tab features apps that you can install, such as browsers and media players. The Cleaner tab helps you clean temporary system files and cache. Use the Pinger tab to test for latency and Flush DNS Cache.

The Hosts tab protects your PC from malicious sites online. Fix common registry issues from the Registry tab. Create custom items for apps or actions through the Integrator tab. Lastly, change themes and check for updates in the Options tab. Be aware that Optimizer is meant for experienced users. It has a steep learning curve and might cause problems if not used carefully.
A tool for those who like to tinker

If you're the type of user who wants full control over your PC and likes to configure and tweak settings, Optimizer is a utility tool that is worth checking out. It supports multiple versions of Windows and its impressively long list of options is something that advanced users will appreciate.



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