Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) January 09, 2008 -- iolo technologies has released a major update for System Mechanic ([http://www.iolo.com/sm/7/std]), its top-selling PC tune-up utility. The latest version offers much enhanced usability and an optimized, more powerful hard drive defragmentation tool.
iolo had planned to delay the release of these product improvements and include them in a future product upgrade, but feedback from critics and beta-testers was so overwhelmingly positive that iolo CEO Noah Rowles decided to make new features available as soon as possible and at no cost to Version 7 and subscription customers.
"Our customers will enjoy a significant product advancement for free," said Rowles. "People are going to see a big difference, because the user experience is unlike anything else on the market. Yet in many ways we're doing returning to our roots as the one product that can completely rejuvenate, protect and maintain even old, tired PCs and have them running like new. Non-experts find the new product easy to navigate. And power PC users, the people who made iolo such a success, are getting easy access to the tools they need to customize their systems."
ABOUT SYSTEM MECHANIC
System Mechanic is the world's best-selling PC tune-up program. The software automatically fixes drive and registry errors, organizes the registry and system files in pre-OS, defragments computer drives and memory, and eliminates junk files to improve PC performance and stability. The latest version of System Mechanic includes an improved disk defragmentation tool, which now performs up to 70% faster than before and up to thirty times faster than Windows defragmenter. Other enhancements include redesigned wizards offering quicker access to performance and security features, and expanded reporting options.
PRICING AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
System Mechanic retails for $49.95 ($29.95 for upgrades). System Mechanic Professional ([http://www.iolo.com/sm/7/pro]), which includes iolo Firewall (http://www.iolo.com/fw/1) and iolo AntiVirus (http://www.iolo.com/av/1), retails for $69.95 ($39.95 for upgrades). Both products can be used on up to 3 PCs, and operate on 32-bit versions of Windows Vista, XP, and 2000.
ABOUT IOLO TECHNOLOGIES
iolo technologies is a privately held software firm based in Los Angeles, California. The company's PC tune-up products have won multiple awards for quality and innovation, and are recognized worldwide for the comprehensive system care they offer to computers. iolo products can be ordered directly from http://www.iolo.com, and are also available in over 14,500 retail outlets, from all major e-tailers, by mail order, and from a wide range of international distributors and resellers.