If your Windows computer is running slow and you keep getting various errors, then it’s time to give your computer a good cleanup and optimize its settings. RegAce System Suite is just what you need to make your computer work well without digging deep into system settings by yourself.

The best way to speed up and optimize your PC with RegAce is to run all of its tools one by one. Start with PC Optimizer to fix the registry and speed up Windows performance. This utility will check the Windows registry for invalid and corrupt entries that are affecting system performance and stability, repair broken entries and remove the obsolete ones.


When all registry errors are fixed and your computer settings are optimized for best performance, use System Cleaner to remove the remaining junk from your PC. System Cleaner will free up disk space by cleaning up useless temporary files, cookies and browsing history. Doing so will not only make your PC run faster, but it will also help you free up disk space and protect your privacy.

When your computer is free of clutter, it’s time to optimize your Internet connection settings. Move on to the Internet Optimizer. This tool will make your Internet faster by using optimal settings for things like TCP/IP and RWIN.

And now you can do some serious tweaking with the help of Service Manager. This utility will automatically optimize your system settings and disable the services that you don’t use. This will free up system resources and improve the speed of your PC. Service Manager works in both automatic and manual modes, so that both novice and advanced users will enjoy using it.

And last but not least, run Defragmenter and Startup Manager. These modules will optimize your PC’s startup and make your computer load a lot faster than before.

We realize that using new software can sometimes get tricky. If you have any questions, we’re here to help. You can either open a support ticket or connect with us on Facebook.


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Liz D. /

Liz loves all things tech and hates slow computers. She enjoys writing articles that help people make the most of their PCs and Macs.

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