Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) February 02, 2009 -- Auslogics Software announces that its computer optimization product Auslogics BoostSpeed now fully supports and optimizes the new operating system Microsoft Windows 7 (Beta).
While Windows 7 is faster than Vista, it still requires an ongoing maintenance, such as disk and registry clean-up and defragmentation, to keep running fast and stable. Without frequent disk and registry clean-ups junk files start taking up disk space and registry errors compromise system stability. Auslogics BoostSpeed removes junk files and fixes registry errors, as well as defragments both hard disk drives and the system registry, placing the file fragments together for faster disk access.
Apart from fully supporting Windows 7, BoostSpeed 4.3 now supports the new Google Chrome browser, Internet Explorer 8 (Beta), Firefox 3, Opera, and Safari for Windows. Unlike other similar software, BoostSpeed checks hardware and Internet connection specifications first and then applies changes tailored to the particular computer configuration.
The new version also introduces Service Manager. It's a new tool from Auslogics that makes managing Windows services safe and easy even for novice users. This new utility contains services descriptions and rating, and most importantly, detailed recommendations written in plain English. Now there will be no need to spend hours researching what each service does.
Another welcome change is that Auslogics' Disk Defrag, believed to be the fastest defragmenter on the market, can now be run from console with command line parameters, can defragment single file or folder, and can be scheduled to run unattended.
Auslogics offers a free, fully functional 15-day trial version. The full version costs $29.95 USD. A Microsoft Windowsâ¢ XP/Vista or Windows 7 (Beta)/2003/2008 platform is required, 32-bit and 64-bit processors are supported.