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Pegasun System Utilities 4.70      

Size:   4.8MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2017-12-20  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   8311

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


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Computers are facing increasing risks as malicious content get more sophisticated and come in different forms. In many cases, you will need several programs to address various problems. Thankfully, Pegasun System Utilities Free is a small program that integrates several tools in a simple user interface to give you a complete care package. The free software will help to maximize your computer's speed with just a single click.

Using Pegasun System Utilities Free

The program installed smoothly and quickly, with the installer giving us the option to launch it immediately after installation. The first time we launched the software, it displayed a window that provided tutorials, which included both text and video. However, we needed to connect to the Internet to watch the video on YouTube. Although the developers strongly recommended that users should not skip the tutorial, the program was relatively straight-forward and easy to use.

The program gave us the option to create a restore point before it made any changes to our system.

Pegasun System Utilities Free featured four tabs on the upper part marked Health, Toolbox, Turbo and Status.

In the Health tab, which opened by default, six buttons on the right side of the program window allowed us to respectively clean PC, boost startup, boost browser, secure PC, back up and upgrade the program. To the right were eight radio buttons that let us select the tasks we wanted the cleaner to perform via the 1-Click maintenance button. Four options were selected by default, and we could add only one more option in the free edition.

When we clicked the 1-Click maintenance button, it gave us three options. We could analyze only, analyze and optimize or open the settings panel. We started by performing an analysis of our PC, where the program gave a summary of the areas it was analyzing on the left and a list of the things it was undertaking in the area currently being analyzed. It then displayed its findings and what it could perform during optimization where it previously listed what it was doing.

The Toolbox tab gave us access to different tools, which were grouped into different categories, including Optimization, Security, Personal and Other.

In the Turbo tab, we could configure the Turbo mode but not turn it on in the free edition. There were many other functions that we could not use.

The Settings panel allowed us to configure the way we wanted the program to function.

Conclusion

Pegasun System Utilities Free is a simple program that maintains PC's health even using just one click. It integrates different tools and functions, but some are not available in the free edition.

Software Product Description

A free system optimizer package for Windows.

Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.

USER REVIEWS

"Pro version is shockingly good."

Reviewer: -Fixya Vol

Review Date: 2017-12-11

Pros: After hamstringing my Windows 7 system with a variety of optimizers most of which clogged the system, I ran a pro version of Pegasun. My system responded so quickly that I wrote the author to tell him he had destroyed my reputation with myself. I could not even believe the results I had witnessed. I had tried about 7 or 8 pieces of software to try to speed up loading and responsiveness. This one seriously shocked me by working.

Cons: The free version does clean up the system and speed things a bit but the jaw dropping boost comes from the paid version. Bear in mind that if you are looking for instantaneous results, decades of experience tell me that a new practically unused PC free of added bloatware and loaded with RAM is always quicker that software solutions. But this software beats at least the freeware versions of anything else I have tried. The only con is that it may turn off a printer service if a printer is not connected and maybe indexing both of which you may have to activate or reboot to access.

Other Thoughts: None

4.43

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