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TuneUp Utilities

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#1
For the past few weeks I have been using a program called TuneUp Utilities. It seems to be like a all-in-one Defragger, registry cleaner and things like that. But I dont really know if its doing what it says. I dont know why I have this suspicion but I do. I was wondering if anyone has ever used this program and what they thought.. Should I go back to free programs? Would they do a better job?

http://www.tune-up.com/products/tuneup-utilities/
 
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i use free programs only cause if its not microsoft, u cant get it here