Auslogics BoostSpeed Gets 5 Stars from CNet Editors

Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) August 05, 2008 -- BoostSpeed, the all-in-one computer optimization suite with a powerful combination of 18 tools, has recently received a 5 stars rating from CNet. Not only did the CNet editors give a positive editorial review, a CNet video was launched in May 2008. According to CNet editors, BoostSpeed 4.1 is an effective all-around performance enhancing tool that comes highly recommended.

‘We’re fans of Auslogics BoostSpeed for its comprehensive system maintenance and nicely packaged interface,’ said Jessica Dolcourt, CNet Associate Editor.

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At present Auslogics is ready to release a new build of its all-in-one computer optimization suite Auslogics BoostSpeed 4.1. The new build features substantial improvements.

Now the BoostSpeed tray icon provides the users with a list of the most resource-heavy processes. It displays CPU load, memory load and Internet traffic. Moreover, it is possible to optimize memory straight from the tray icon window without opening the main program window.

The rest of the changes include faster backup , better interface, Maya 2008 support and others.

A German version of BoostSpeed is now available.

Auslogics offers a free, fully functional 15-day trial version, and the full unrestricted version costs USD $29.95. A Microsoft Windowsâ„¢ 2000/2003/XP/NT platform is required, 32-bit and 64-bit processors are supported.

Product Name: Auslogics BoostSpeed Version: 4.1 Size: 4 MB License: 15 day trial, $29.95 USD to buy

Contact Auslogics Software Pty Ltd PO Box 1644 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia

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About Auslogics Software Pty Ltd

Auslogics Software Pty Ltd is a developer and publisher of premium computer optimization software. The company is storming the market with its flagship product, Auslogics Boost Speed, which enhances computational productivity by keeping PCs running smooth and error-free. This lengthens the lifetime of computers and eliminates the need for constant hardware upgrades.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 28, 2008 at 9:33 am
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