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Computerized Investing > November 17, 2012

Glary Utilities

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by CI Staff

Glarysoft’s Glary Utilities is a free all-in-one Windows PC cleaner that offers more than 20 tools to maximize a computer’s performance and speed. Its features encompass a variety of tasks including removing junk files, cleaning temporary files, fixing broken shortcuts and more. Glary Utilities combines a range of tools in one download and can resolve most of your computer’s issues.

Upon opening Glary Utilities, its window displays different tabs that include Status, 1-Click Maintenance and Module. 1-Click Maintenance is one of Glary Utilities’ highlighted features because it allows you to choose specific processes that you want to run on a regular basis; these processes, such as spyware remover and temporary files cleaner, can be run with a single click.

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