WinTools.net Professional / Premium / Classic 22.0 is a set of tools for optimizing the Windows operating system. The program includes components for removing unwanted programs and “dead” registry links, as well as for process control, system settings, Internet connections, and interfaces. In addition, there are utilities for safe storage of classified information.
- WinTools.net: Clean Uninstaller
When removing various software, temporary files are often left on the hard disk and files are not deleted during the deletion process. These files will no longer be used and only take up disk space and reduce disk access time. With the help of the “Clean Uninstaller” tool, it is possible to solve this problem, as well as to control the program installation process and find out which files and where were written and what changes occurred to the Windows registry and system files after installation.
- WinTools.net: Scan Files
While various programs are running, temporary files are created on the hard disk, which are required for proper operation. Quite often, situations occur when temporary files are not deleted (computer or program crashes, wrong exit of program or system) and remain on the hard disk cluttering them up and taking up unnecessary space. Sometimes a large number of temporary files slows down the computer boot and work in general. To periodically clean the computer of temporary and unused files, the Scan Files tool is used.
- WinTools.net: Scan the Registry
Many programs use the Windows registry to store their own settings, add new file extensions, install their own components. But after removing these programs, often entries about them are not deleted and remain in the registry. This recording will no longer be used, but will take up space. During installation / uninstallation, the Windows registry gets bigger and bigger, decreasing computer performance and the time it takes for running programs to access the registry. The Registry Scan Tool is designed to periodically clean the registry and fix erroneous 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, unnecessarily wasting system resources – clogging up RAM and reducing processor performance. Usually, such a program registers information about itself not in the Startup folder of the Start menu, but in the Windows registry, so that the user has no choice and complicates the process of controlling startup. The Start Up tool keeps track of all startup records and allows you to delete / add and temporarily disable notes.
- WinTools.net: Tweak the UI
A set of additional settings and capabilities that affect the security, performance and usability of the operating system and are not included in the standard delivery of MS Windows. The settings are divided into six groups, each of which is divided into subgroups for easy navigation:
General – a setting that allows you to change the system folders 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.