[Contest] 1-Click PC Tuneup


Still remember how fast your computer used to run when you purchased it? There are many reasons to make the computer run slower. It could be malware, windows registry errors, too many junk files and processes, several programs are launching at startup, etc. The problem is that nowadays it is very hard to monitor and identify just what is slowing you down, so you can’t implement alone adjustments to the issue which affects your computer.


There are many typical symptoms if your computer is affected by hidden windows errors. You will find it takes long time to start up the computer, often locks up the computer that it has no response, clicks a program and waits long time to open it or even it becomes dead suddenly, sometimes random unknown errors pop up, computer crashes and restarts, slow internet and download speeds.


1-Click PC Tuneup can fix, clean and speed up your computer with 1 click. You won’t need to be a computer expert, 1-Click PC Tuneup can scan your computer in depth to find the issues that are slowing down your performance and fix all those issues with its powerful range built-in features such as registry cleaner, junk files remover, memory optimizer, etc. in just 1 click. As well as speeding up your computer, 1-Click PC Tuneup can improve system stability and security.

Just 1 Click, Get Back A New Computer!



Program Specifications


Operating Systems Supported

Microsoft® Windows® 8 (32-bit and 64-bit) Pro/ Enterprise/RT

Microsoft® Windows® 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/ Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/Ultimate

Microsoft® Windows® Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Business /Ultimate

Microsoft® Windows® XP (32-bit and 64-bit) with SP2/SP3 or Home/Professional/Media Center

Hardware Requirements

800 MHz processor or faster processor

256MB (512MB Recommended)

200 MB of free hard disk space

Language Support

English, Japanese, German.


Originally I had planned to use this program on an old Vista Business® System (32-bit with SP-2) that I have lying around my little office, however that system crashed and I’m waiting for a new HDD for it. So I decided to use the program on my Windows 7 Home Premium® 64-bit with SP-1 system.

To satisfy my curiosity I compared 1-Click PC Tuneup® with my favorite System Maintenance program, Advanced System Care 6 Professional ®

System Specs


Scan Times & Results

Upon launching 1-Click PC Tuneup® it automatically scans your system to find any errors, whereas with ASC6 Pro® you have to click on the Scan button to launch a scan of your system. 1-Click PC Tuneup® took 6 minutes to scan my system, while ASC 6 Pro® took 7 minutes to perform the same scan.


As is usual for these types of programs, the results were not the same but were close enough to satisfy my curiosity about which areas 1-Click scans and reports on.

Both programs allow for Restore Point creation before “fixing” any found problems, however I always create my own restore point just in case.

After creating my own Restore Point I allowed 1-Click PC Tuneup® to fix the problems it found. The program took less than 1 minute to fix the issues it found and prompted me to reboot the system. After rebooting I ran the system through its normal paces and was pleased to note that there were no adverse consequences such as system crashes or program registry errors.


1-Click PC Tuneup® is a very easy to use program, especially for system maintenance application novices, and is a useful program to add to or replace your current system maintenance program(s).

That being said, I do have a small reservation about the program. The developer’s site lists several Awards that the program has supposedly received, yet none of the “Awards” can be found on the respective sites and 2 of the sites I checked (PCWorld® and FindmySoft®) didn’t even have a listing for the program at all.


This seems to be a trend with software developers now to arbitrarily list awards in the hopes of bringing in new customers. While it does make the software look good at first glance, it also creates distrust for more knowledgeable users who, like me, check out these “Awards” to see what others are saying about the product(s). My suggestion to the Developer is to remove these erroneous “Awards”, submit your product to the Reviewers sites and then, if you do receive an “Award” citation, list it/them with the product.

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