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Best System Maintenance software?

I currently have a few systems running Uniblue and did make substantial differences with some machines.

I am looking at one that is recommended by professionals like yourselves that I can start to put on clients systems to help them last till the yearly complete manual tune-up.

Look forward to see what everyone is using.

Thanks,

James
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PakaCommented:
Depends on what you want to tune-up.  The best disk defragmenters are DiskKeeper and PerfectDisk; I've run both and am satisfied with both - although PerfectDisk is cheaper.  PC Mag gave PC Tools high marks and I've also been very satisfied with this utility.
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hrr1963Commented:
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lordrtCommented:
Tune-up utilities, CCleaner, Registry Mechanic, Comodo System Cleaner (used all 4 but Tune-up and CCleaner seemed more suited)  and many others if you google, but I believe for a higher performance, install other tools like Diskeeper or freeware like Defraggler and MyDefrag
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WrightNetDesignsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your input.
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