WinTools.net Professional / Premium 19.5 (4.39 Mb) is a set of tools for optimizing Windows operating systems. This program includes components for complete removal of unwanted programs and “dead” registry links, as well as for process control, system configuration, Internet connections and interfaces. In addition, there is a utility for reliable storage of confidential information.
- WinTools.net: Clean Uninstaller
When removing various software programs, temporary files very often remain on the hard disk and files are not deleted during the uninstallation process. These files will no longer be used and only take up disk space and reduce disk access time. Using the “Clean Uninstaller” tool it is possible to solve this problem, as well as to monitor the process of installing programs and find out which files are written and what changes occur in the Windows registry and system files after installation.
- WinTools.net: Scan File
When various programs work on the hard disk, temporary files are created that are needed for proper operation. Quite often there are situations where temporary files are not deleted (freezing the computer or program, incorrectly exiting the program or system) and remaining on the cluttered hard drive and not needing to take up space. Sometimes a large number of temporary files slow down computer loading and overall work. To clean your computer regularly from temporary and unused files, use the Scan File tool.
- WinTools.net: Scan the Registry
Many programs use the Windows registry to save their own settings, add new file extensions, install their own components. But after uninstalling these programs, very often notes about them are not deleted and remain in the registry. These entries will no longer be used, but require space. The Windows registry has increased in number during installation / uninstallation, which has worsened the computer’s performance and the time the work program accesses the registry. The Registry Scan Tool is designed to periodically clean the registry and correct invalid entries.
- WinTools.net: StartUp Manager
Many programs consider themselves the most important programs in the system, placing themselves in the system startup and System Tray, consuming unnecessary system resources – clogging RAM and reducing processor performance. As a rule, these programs register information about themselves not in the Startup folder from the Start menu, but in the Windows registry, leaving the user no choice and complicating the startup monitoring process. The Start Up Tool monitors all startup entries and allows you to delete / add and deactivate entries temporarily.
- WinTools.net: Tweak UI
A set of additional settings and features that affect the security, performance and usability of the operating system and are not included in the standard MS Windows package. The settings are divided into six groups, each divided into several subgroups to facilitate navigation:
General – settings that allow you to change the system folder and registration information
Screen – a set of desktop settings
System – system settings, how to boot the system and devices
Start – change the appearance of the Start menu
Security – System Security Settings
Control – system control panel manager.