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Wise Care 365 – speed up, optimize and clean your PC with this cool automated toolkit [Freeware]


There’s no shortage of tune up utilities for Windows computers on the market, which says more about the state of Windows than anything else we reckon. They range from the one shot wonders to full on suites of tools, which is where this Wise Care 365 software fits in.

The free program provides a comprehensive set of utilities which you can use to keep your computer tuned, fast and free of any malware or other junk. What makes this program so nice, however, is the fact that it’s clearly aimed at people who don’t have time to fiddle around with settings and complex configurations.


From the moment you start the program up, you’re presented with nothing but easy to use wizards and one button action. Want to do a check? Hit the big green button. Want to clean up dodgy registry items or remove junk files? Press the small green Fix Now button. Couldn’t be easier. There are some manual actions you can take, but by and large all the main functions are no more than a single button press away.


As if that wasn’t enough, there’s even a fully automated scheduling function built in, so the program can be set to fire up and check and clean as and when you want, all without user intervention. Very impressive for a free program. There is a Pro version of course, but that really only offers a few additional functions, which makes the free version very good value indeed. You can also pay for support if you feel you need more hand-holding to keep your computer up to snuff.

It’s all very nicely put together, with a clean clear interface and there are a bunch of ancillary utilities included such as a memory optimizer, disk eraser and password generator, which are also very useful. There’s even a disk defrag tool available, which is one of the most useful programs you can have for keeping your machine running smoothly and quickly. A very nice freeware package all round.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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