WebMinds newsFort Myers, FL, USA – March 14, 2012 – WebMinds, Inc. releases a new version of RegAce Registry Cleaner & PC Optimizer. The new version includes two brand new utilities that transform RegAce registry cleaner into a system optimizer with advanced and effective features. Now Windows users can perform all the necessary computer speedup, optimization and maintenance tasks with RegAce without having to use any other tools.

RegAce Registry Cleaner & PC Optimizer introduces two new tools – Internet Optimizer and Service Manager. This means that now RegAce includes utilities to address all areas of computer optimization and speedup.

The Internet Optimizer feature is designed to optimize Internet connection setting to match specific Internet plans and hardware configurations. RegAce Internet Optimizer tests the user’s connection and intelligently finds the best possible values for advanced settings like TCP/IP, MaxMTU and RWIN. This approach allows to speed up downloads and reduce website loading time.

The Service Manager is a tool that lets Windows users speed up their computers by optimizing the list of running services. By default Windows runs a certain set of services regardless of how the computer is used. A lot of these services are not needed by average home users. Nevertheless, they run by default and consume valuable system resources. RegAce can optimize the list of running services based on specific computer usage patterns. This allows to speed up computer performance without jeopardizing the stability of the operating system.

In addition to the new tools, RegAce Registry Cleaner & PC Optimizer features a totally redesigned user interface. The new interface is fresh, clean and even easier to use than before.

RegAce Registry Cleaner & PC Optimizer comes with a free trial. The full version costs $29.97 (1 computer) or $39.97 (3 computers).

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