Iobit Advanced SystemCare 10 is available, here’s what’s new
ASC 10, or Advanced SystemCare 10, is an optimization toolkit that excels with its high adaptability and responsiveness. With the release of the newest version of the software, new features were added that improve the overall quality of the product, which will please the developer’s customer base. Let’s take a look at the kind of features that were implemented in this new version of Advanced SystemCare.
- Better management of resources
This new version is able to more efficiently keep track of processes and detect when one of them is putting too big of a strain on your components, such as the hard drive, CPU or RAM.
- Take care of junk files more efficiently
There is a lot of software or even drivers that leave behind junk files which are no use to your system and end up as leftovers from the operations were performed by said software. Advanced SystemCare 10 takes care of these files faster than any other version and ensures your PC only deals with files it actually needs and uses.
- IObit Uninstaller 6
If you are looking to remove anything other than junk files on your PC, Advanced SystemCare 10 allows you to remove further files such as toolbars or even apps through its Iobit Uninstaller 6, which comes included with the performance booster toolkit.
This new tool allows users to lock their PC’s with a unique authentication tool: their face. Set a facial recognition password and ensure the security of system.
These new features on top of what preview versions of the software have to offer make Advanced SystemCare 10 a complete service bound to take care of any performance hindering issues your system runs into.
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