The reviews and opinions below are posted by SnapFiles visitors. They do not necessarily reflect our opinion, and they are solely based upon the experience of individual users.
This is an excellent utility.
I must take exception though to the claim or idea that this is a "one-click care for your PC", it simply - is not. If you were to use this utility in a one-click manner, you would surely inherit many system problems - in a swift click.
With that said, I hope I scared all the non-technical users away, because I would hate to see them cripple their system in one click. Again, this utility is excellent but you must go over all the changes to be made, and understand to some degree what is being changed so that you can tell when to forbid or ignore a change that would be bad for your system.
It takes about 40 minutes to use this utility, going over all the potential changes and deciding what should or shouldn't be changed. This is really a great time saver since it would take days to do this manually.
I especially like the Registry Fix and Spyware Removal features, but use Security Defense with caution, if at all.
Dexpot 1.4 is a rather complicated utility that has, now here this - ZERO documentation and ZERO help files. If you want help at the Dexpot website, forget that too, unless you know German - English are not welcome and get no support (I suppose it's because they can't read or speak English). If that doesn't scare you away, then let me reiterate - the utility's configurations are complicated and not for the common user. For the common user Dexpot has way, way, way too many configuration possibilities - something that Power Users love, but common users will get freaked out over. Can't hurt to give it a try, unless you make major modifications, then you might have problems that no one can help you resolve - beware. If you don't need this utility, don't install it. If you must have it, then remember you are very much all on your own.
Interface lightweights need not apply. This is the best browser for advanced users who like control and hate others to make decisions for them. Yeah it's so good Microsoft is buying Maxthon and has no interest in purchasing any other browser. It's free, but is it worth buying it. Airheads stick to your Firefox.
update and install Windows drivers
manage your iPod without iTunes
Remote Desktop and Support Software
take and manage notes
advanced image scaling software
network and server monitoring
local and remote pc monitoring