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What can replace PCTools Performance Toolkit?

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I have been very happy with the features of Performance Toolkit.

Now that Symantec has discontinued the product, what software can I get to replace it?

Thanks.
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computerlarry--
Not too many people recommend software to optimize or clean up the Registry these days.  It is too easy to hose the PC.
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/1313-63-whats-registry-optimizer-windows-64bit

However if you insist there are
CCleaner and jv16 Power Tools to mention just two of many.


P.S.  I guess you know you have a perpetual license to use the PCTools you already have.
http://www.pctools.com/product-eol/index/faq/utility/
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as said, i also suggest NOT to use these
they are not needed, and don't bring a better performance
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