Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Workstation Optimizer Review

Hey everyone! For this post, I decided to do a review of "Workstation Optimizer" As my readers know, I regularly discuss Registry Cleaners and review some of the different registry cleaners out on the market. Workstation Optimizer was released awhile back, yet I somehow managed to miss it until now. Perhaps it's the name of the program, which wouldn't make me think it's a registry cleaner until I actually looked into it ;). Either way, once I started looking at the company website, the program looked interesting. So I am going to go ahead and do a Workstation Optimizer Review.

So what is Workstation Optimizer exactly? Like I mentioned, it's a registry cleaner, but also a lot more. It's main purpose is to optimize your computer. This appears to be done through various tools. Now that we know the reason for using software like this, let me get right to reviewing it!

I spent a bit of time earlier taking a look at Workstation Optimizer. First off... I must say, the interface is really nice. I've come across some programs with pretty ugly interfaces over the years. Workstation Optimizer definitely isn't one of them. The program itself is very nice to look at, and very easy to navigate. Of course, you can't judge a book by its cover. So how good does it function?

From spending some time with Workstation Optimizer. I was highly impressed by it. I went into this thinking it's main feature was a registry cleaner. However, it has a LOT of different features to help optimize your PC. In addition to the registry cleaner, there is a disk defragmenter, spyware killer, file shredder, evidence cleaner, registry backup, program uninstaller, etc. There's an awful lot of tools here that are needed in fully protecting and optimizing your PC.

One thing I especially like is that Workstation Optimizer doesn't appear to just focus on keeping your computer at top speed. It also has the computers security in mind with the spyware killer. There is also a feature that lets you manage your internet plug-ins, block harmful ActiveX plugins, etc. These are very crucial things to do (especially blocking ActiveX plugins) when trying to keep your computer from becoming infected.

As far as all of the tools themselves, they all performed very well. The evidence cleaner and registry cleaner especially did a great job. But I didn't have any problems with any of the other tools either.

In conclusion, I highly recommend Workstation Optimizer. I can't believe I missed this when it was released. It has a LOT of tools, more then nearly every Registry Cleaner I can think of that I've tried. I'm definitely going to keep Workstation Optimizer on my computer, and I recommend others do the same.

Good luck!

Official Website of Workstation Optimizer