Remember how smoothly your PC used to run? How quick it was to boot, to load pages, and to showcase videos? After time, your PC will slow down. Sadly, this is just a fact of life, or, technology. When your PC slows down to a turtle-like crawl, there are two things that you can do. The first is to de-frag your computer (here’s more information about de-fragging). The second is to use a system-cleaning program like Comodo System Cleaner. This particular program happens to be free, but there are many other paid programs out there as well, if you aren’t happy with what Comodo has to offer. Speaking of what Comodo can offer, here’s a rundown of the program and what you can expect.
Some programs have interfaces that are just too cluttered, too complex, and overwhelming in every sense of the word. This program, however, is a nice and refreshing exception to the rule. Comodo has a nice white background with pale blue lettering. Users will see a transparent taskbar at the top of the screen that features some simple and self-explanatory icons. Navigating through these icons is a cinch and figuring out what each icon can do is really quite simple.
Running a Comodo Clean-Up
When choosing to run a Comodo clean up, users can select from a few options. You can choose to clean the Registry, Privacy Folders, or Disk. It is possible to run all of these clean up options or to simply choose one or two of the options. After choosing to run a particular clean up, Comodo will run rather silently in the background. As far as system resources go, Comodo doesn’t hot everything that your computer has. This program takes only 20 MB of hard space and 32 MB of RAM.
If you just want to clean up your whole computer without messing around with options, you can simply select the “System Cleaner” button that will effectively clean your entire system. The one drawback to this program is that it doesn’t come with a live monitoring option, so you really can’t see where the program is when it comes to system clean up progress. When tested, Comodo did clean up a system efficiently and it did increase the test system’s speed significantly.
Who Should Use Comodo
As mentioned, there are lots of systems clean up tools on the market. Some of these programs are on the expensive side and some of them are free. Comodo is one of the top free programs available and it will get the job done. You can opt for a more expensive program, but, really, Comodo does its intended task well and without any major drawbacks. Since this is a free program, you can download it directly from the developer’s site and you will be able to run it right away.
It’s also nice to note that Comodo doesn’t install with any unwanted nonsense like ads and other bits, so you can count on a clean installation.