Reviews and Problems with Iolo System Mechanic Premium
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Value for money 8
Iolo System Mechanic 10
4 January 2011
Summary: Verdict: Iolo's System Mechanic 10 is a competent utility that can, in most cases, revitalise your rig. The software is very easy-to-use and doesn’t require any real expertise so it’s great for novices as well as for hardcore users.
Pros: Easy-to-use and intuitive interface, comprehensive repair tools.
Cons: The application will need to restart your PC a fair bit to get its work done, you'll need an Internet connection to activate it.
Summary: System Mechanic 8.5 is more than just a disk and registry cleanup tool. It aims to tune your entire system for peak performance. It will let you optimise just about everything else on your system.
Summary: Can this PC clean-up software save your computer?
Pros: Noticeable performance boost, Plenty of features, Clear diagnoses, The ease of download and the intuitive dashboards that let even new users quickly navigate through the options are two major pluses for System Mechanic 14. And the summary of each identified problem is a helpful guide that lets us...
Cons: Takes longer than advertised, Bland design, Unfortunately, System Mechanic 14 took longer than Iolo advertises to perform some of its solutions. I also wondered whether each dashboard could use a bit of help from a graphic designer to create a more updated and enhanced user experience. The separa...
Iolo System Mechanic 12.7: nice uilities, real-time drag
16 May 2014
Excerpt: Since back in the day, when Norton's CrashGuard consistently crashed it itself rather than made Windows more stable, I've been skeptical about programs that promise to "improve" Windows in real time. Iolo's System Mechanic 12.7 does nothing to change my mind.