Repair-and-Secure has announced Perfect PC Optimizer v2009.3.
Perfect PC Optimizer offers you a comprehensive and highly-efficient solution to set your PC in a fantastic state!
It is very easy to use Perfect PC Optimizer. Anyone can use the powerful functions of this one click software to optimize computer. Only click on the button of "Start Scan","Fix Errors" and "Clean".
Perfect PC Optimizer is all you need to keep computer healthy and clean, here is what you get in one package:
-Registry Cleaner & Fixer
-Junk File Scanner & Cleaner
-History & Evidence Cleaner
-Internet Explorer Fixer
Download Perfect PC Optimizer now to optimize your PC in the perfect way.
Pricing and Availability
Perfect PC Optimizer v2009.3 runs under Win95,Win98,WinME,WinXP,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows Vista Business,Windows Vista Home Basic x64,Windows Vista Home Premium x64,Windows Vista Business x64 and costs $33.89 (US). Licensed users are entitled to the fully-functional copy of the software.
Further information on the product, as well as its free evaluation copy is available from http://perfectpcoptimizer.repairandsecure.com. The program comes with an installer and uninstaller for easy usage.
Product page link: http://perfectpcoptimizer.repairandsecure.com
Download link: http://perfectpcoptimizer.repairandsecure.com/download/setup.exe (3.95 Mb)
PAD File: http://perfectpcoptimizer.repairandsecure.com/repairandsecure/perfectpcoptimizer.xml
Company website: http://www.repairandsecure.com
Repair-and-Secure is located in Seattle, United States of America. The company is proud to be member of the following organisations: Regnow (http://www.regnow.com/ - 16814). For further information about Repair-and-Secure visit http://www.repairandsecure.com. You will also find all contact information as well as a profil there.
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