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Kill More Types of Bloatware with All-New Super Definitions Only in System Mechanic 17

iolo Labs introduces a completely re-architected Startup Optimizer and a new evolution in the proprietary technology formerly known as Tune-up Definitions - Super Definitions.

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December 5, 2017 (FPRC) --
As Windows evolves, one area of increasing concern is that more and more unwanted garbage ("bloatware") is launching itself at startup, which continues to slow the entire computing experience, even after the system is up and running. Another problem is that as computers become more powerful, more of your normal apps get smuggled into the startup process as well ("pre-launched"), so that they appear as though they launch quickly later, when and if you actually click on them.

iolo Labs has spent countless hours researching these problems and developing the most sophisticated solution on the market. Now, System Mechanic 17 introduces Super Definitions, a highly refined and vastly expanded new version of iolo`s innovative program classification system - a major new evolution in the proprietary technology formerly known as Tune-up Definitions - to uncover and help manage many more of these culprit apps. Now drawing on a database of over 40,000 programs and processes, the new Super Definitions are the engine behind a completely re-architected Startup Optimizer, which in iolo Labs benchmark tests has been shown to speed up system boot time by an average of nearly 90%. But that`s not all. Startup Optimizer alerts you to these unwanted startup items and constantly running tasks and services, and allows you full control over which non-critical ones to leave turned on and which you want disabled or delayed from launching. Paring down startup items results in a faster, more responsive computing experience overall. Recent benchmark testing shows that reducing common bloatware and pre-launched apps speeds up RAM, CPU, graphics, hard drive and more! iolo`s new Super Definitions even ferret out bloatware that may be hiding as generic "SVCHOSTS" services that can run in multiple instances at the same time, each containing a whole group of hidden, resource-hogging services.

Super Definitions and the newly enhanced Startup Optimizer tool are only available in System Mechanic 17 (and later). In order to make the most informed decisions on whether to allow specific apps, processes and services to launch, upgrading is a must. iolo Labs receives a constant flood of new apps and potential bloatware that are attempting to pre-launch - submitted by actual users - analyzes each, and adds them to the appropriate category in the Super Definitions database going forward.

Key improvements:
- New continuous, real-time updates
- More comprehensive database of programs
- More precise classification of programs
- Easier UI
- Delayed Start option is now available for more items

These improvements are among the first batch of many significant enhancements coming soon to System Mechanic. The result for modern Windows users is the ongoing discovery of whole new categories of unneeded startup items that otherwise would unnecessarily tax your PC.

For more information about System Mechanic 17 Pro visit http://www.iolo.com/products/system-mechanic-professional

Send an email to iolo of iolo technologies, LLC



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