System Mechanic Pro Review:
System Mechanic Pro has many features that set it apart, even from the competitors on the system optimization market. While someone might assume that due to its comprehensive list of tools, System Mechanic Pro may lose some of its accessibility, they would be wrong indeed.
The creators of System Mechanic Pro hammer home the fact that their software is easy to use, claiming "no computer expertise required," and it is in fact very simple to use this program. It takes one click from the mouse in the easy to understand interface and you will see that System Mechanic Pro goes to work instantly.
A novice user can enjoy the vast majority of the tools that System Mechanic Pro has to offer because once installed, the software will be able to handle optimization automatically than having to make any manual changes.
System Mechanic takes care of privacy protection, optimization, and cleanup, all with great prowess. Like similar system utilities, System Mechanic allows you to clean your registry, remove files no longer needed on your computer, and customize hidden settings within Windows to improve performance for your particular computer.
It also has spyware removal as an added benefit; this is especially helpful for those users who would like to keep the number of programs running on their computer to a minimum and does a good job in removing cookies and other unwanted files.
System Mechanic promises faster internet, faster program loading, and to ensure that your computer works faster overall. If you have used the same computer for some time, System Mechanic is going to make a difference when it comes to the speed of your computer. It states that even novice users can find added benefits with System Mechanic and with the simple one-click system, this seems very reasonable to believe.
The tool Memory Mechanic within System Mechanic clears up system memory; this allows you to use the newly released free memory to run other software. It was quite interesting and remarkable to notice that Memory Mechanic brought the available memory up a massive 86%. Memory Mechanic's results were also consistent throughout most of the tests, never fluctuating wildly.
System Mechanic does have an undo feature; the only problem with this feature is that it is hidden in the SafetyNet tab. It is imaginable that a novice user who made a mistake and is looking to correct it, will not simply read the manual on how to undo something. The location of the undo feature could lead to frustration. In addition, the undo feature does not allow you to bring back a single item, meaning that if you made 12 changes and know the one that is not working, you have no choice but to undo them all.
If you run the 'Deep System analysis,' a process that is going to take a long time, you cannot end the process, meaning that if you were hoping to do some work on your computer you just have to wait until it is done.