This page shows you how often Vista Services Optimizer has been updated with us over the past few months.
We also try to include additional information for each update (new features, changes etc.), however this information may not always be available.
Nov 14, 2011 v2.0.288
- Vista Services Optimizer is now targeting Microsoft .NET 4.
Fixed bug with Media Center services in Services Diagnostics.
Fixed bug with DFSR Replication service in Services Diagnostics and Manual TuneUp.
Fixed bug when previewing a corrupted services profile or snapshot.
Added Windows Update service to Services Diagnostics and Automatic TuneUp.
Added Windows Audio services to Services Diagnostics.
Added Services Diagnostics can highlight services that require attention.
Added Manual TuneUp can set Windows services to their defaults.
Added Gaming Mode can perform system memory defragment.
Added Gaming Mode can optimize more services on Windows 7.
Added Gaming Mode can optimize Windows scheduled tasks.
Added Service Manager can install new Windows services.
Added the option to export reports about services optimization processes.
Improved Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Improved startup speed and performance.
Improved Home Window with sleek look design.
Improved Automatic TuneUp services.
Improved Manual TuneUp with the adding of the new Windows services.
Improved previewing of services profiles and snapshots.
Improved services profiles validation.
Improved User Profile with more organized options.
Improved Vista Services Optimizer Web Update.
Jul 16, 2010 v1.3.200
- Services Diagnostics and Automatic TuneUp features will never set Windows services to Disabled startup instead of that unneeded Windows services will be set to Manual startup, this will optimize unneeded Windows services beside this will allow other applications to start those Windows services when needed.
Improved Services Snapshots can backup all Windows services configurations including third party Windows services.
Services Manager enables advanced users to control all Windows services and perform advanced functions.
Quick Control module provides an easy access to Vista Services Optimizer common functions and options directly from your desktop.
The redesigned Home Window gives you a quick look at your system status and provides an access to Vista Services Optimizer common settings.
Using Gaming Mode profile, you can switch to Gaming Mode with one click without the need to select which Windows services to be turned off each time.
You can apply your Services Profiles and Services Snapshots directly from anywhere on your computer without the need to start Vista Services Optimizer or Smart Rescue Center.
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