PC Services Optimizer

PC Services Optimizer 2.2.385.7

Manage and optimize Vista services more efficiently

Services are special components that manage many important tasks on your system, such connectivity, security and file indexing. Not all of them are necessary, but if you want to disable any of them you probably need to plunge deep into Windows' settings – and have some technical knowledge, as well. View full description

PROS

  • Support for different profiles
  • Handy wizard to select unused services
  • Rescue service restores everything to default values
  • Beautifully designed interface

CONS

  • No global overview of all system services

Excellent
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Services are special components that manage many important tasks on your system, such connectivity, security and file indexing. Not all of them are necessary, but if you want to disable any of them you probably need to plunge deep into Windows' settings – and have some technical knowledge, as well.

This is where PC Services Optimizer comes in handy, by providing you with a very intuitive, user-friendly interface to manage system services. You'll be able to select which ones to load on Windows launch, optimize all active services and even create different user profiles for different service configurations, depending on the way you use the computer. The only thing missing here, in my opinion, is having some kind of general report about all currently active and disabled services.

PC Services Optimizer includes several wizard-like configuration tools that help you decide which services you need and which you don't. The latter will be disabled, saving memory and processor power and thus enabling Windows to launch faster and run more smoothly.

And in case something goes terribly wrong, don't worry because PC Services Optimizer has a Rescue service that will restore all services to default values.

With PC Services Optimizer you can decide which system services you want to load and which not, saving resources and tweaking Windows settings more efficiently.

Optimizes Windows services to make computers run with best performance and reliability

PC Services Optimizer (formerly Vista Services Optimizer) is an open source Windows optimization solution that enables you to tweak your Windows services in an easy and safe way based on the way you use your computer and which hardware and software you use.

PC Services Optimizer does not require any technical knowledge, as it provides easy to understand options to tune-up your system. PC Services Optimizer will turn off unneeded Windows services without affecting the normal function, this will make your PC run faster and have greater security.

- Services Diagnostics: Fixes performance and security problems related to mis-configured services.

- Automatic TuneUp: Tweaks PC settings in an easy way according to User Profile.

- Manual TuneUp: Optimizes Windows services in an advanced way without getting involved with services names and dependencies.

- Gaming Mode: Gives the system an immediate performance boost to speedup computer during playing games.

- Services Profiles: Stores and applies your different services settings according to certain situations or users.

- Services Manager: Enables advanced users to master installed services including third party services.

- Rescue Center: Can undo any changes made to Windows services settings.

- Free Open source system optimization solution.

- User Interface is initiative, simple and customizable.

- Easy to use as all options are presented in a plain language.

- Very safe tweaking software thanks to Rescue Center.

- Designed for both beginners and advanced users.

PC Services Optimizer is targeting users who are willing to maximize their computers performance and reliability in an easy and safe way.

PC Services Optimizer

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PC Services Optimizer 2.2.385.7

— User reviews — about PC Services Optimizer

  • "very useful and effective"

    I like Vista Services Optimizer very much, easy to use, saves much time, excellent GUI, very effective optimizing Window... More.

    reviewed on March 27, 2009