If you are looking for SpeedUpMyPC, you have come to the right place. We explain what SpeedUpMyPC is and point you to the official download.

What is SpeedUpMyPC?

SpeedUpMyPC is a Windows utility that improves the performance of the system. Developed by Uniblue Systems Limited, the software installs a program that boosts PC performance by scanning the computer, identifying factors that slow down CPU performance, and then addressing these factors accordingly.

The program utilizes tools, which came with the software, to work on each factor. In other words, the program has a set of tools that can address each specific issue. It has the capability to determine which tools are appropriate for each factor.

SpeedUpMyPC cleans the registry, disables processes or applications that are not being used or are rarely used, and manages CPU usage of processes. There are various options provided to the user like the CPU Manager application and the Start Menu Software Accelerator app.

The program identifies issues as Minor or High, and an automatic fix button will display after the program has scanned the computer. This can be launched to enable the program to automatically work on all issues.

SpeedUpMyPC is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8. A trial version can be launched directly from the Uniblue website. This version is enabled to correct up to 15 issues only.

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Last updated: : May 7, 2013