PC Check Up is an optimization software application that integrates a few tools for boosting the performance level of your computer.
The GUI of the program consists of a simple window where PC Check Up's tools are well-organized. So, you can scan the computer for any Windows Registry issues and let the app fix them.
Before doing so, you may access the Settings area to select which item types you want to look for, between missing shared DLLs, fonts, obsolete software, unused file extensions, application paths, recent open/save items, ActiveX and class issues, help files, MUI cache, applications, the installer and startup entries.
Windows and Internet Explorer items may also be cleared in regard to the Clipboard, search, Run, open/save and recent documents history, network cache, temporary folders, address bar and browser history, cookies, autocomplete form data, cashed Indexed.dat files and temporary Internet files.
Another interesting feature lets you speed up and perform a defrag task on any of your local drives. However, the tool does not explain the steps it takes to do this; Speed & Defrag did not work during our evaluation. Last but not least, you can use OneClick Wizard to quickly fix and optimize the computer performance, by running the three aforementioned options simultaneously.
It is important to mention that PC Check Up automatically creates data backup before attempting to resolve Registry entry errors or to remove Windows and IE files; thus, you can immediately restore these items if the operating system starts experiencing issues afterward. Aside from these tools, you may enable PC Check Up to automatically run at system startup, as well as view statistics and system information - the computer and current user names, free memory, Windows uptime, together with the total fixed errors, cleaned items and hard disk defrag tasks.
The software program requires a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, has a good response time and quickly finishes a task, in general. Nevertheless, we have noticed some small inconveniences. For example, you cannot select or deselect all items when cleaning the Registry, or cancel the scanning job. We must remember that PC Check Up has not been updated for a long while, though.