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Quick Optimizer is a software which is an efficient tool that optimizes your system for best performance. It does so by removing invalid and useless registry keys and files. It also lets you manage the various functionalities and properties of Internet Explorer.

Such files may include those created by internet activity, installation programs or by applications for storing temporary data. After some usage time these files build up, wasting disk space and this can impede disk drive performance, lead to superfluous disk fragmentation, and even cause some applications to function improperly. Deleting these files is usually safe and can recover megabytes of disk space 

Quick Optimizer provides you a lot of functionalities to accurately optimize your system. In Quick Optimizer you can search for extra files by specifying their type, size, date. Also you can specify the locations to be included or excluded while searching.

Quick Optimizer provides an option to clean the system at startup or at intervals mentioned by you. There are many ways you can specify a file to be deleted including the backup of the files so you can restore them in future if required. Quick Optimizer provides to delete the file with extra security so that the files become non recoverable.

Quick Optimizer has a very user friendly interface which helps the user to optimize the system with great ease.

Getting Started:

When Quick Optimizer is used for the first time it attempts to detect all the standard areas to be cleaned on your system, such as temporary folders and recent document folders. 

You must select all options before performing a clean up and make sure Quick Optimizer is set up to your needs. To do this, start the program and click on the "Options" tab in the menu, then examine the information in each 'tab' to make sure the settings are set to your requirements, and that the folders and files listed for deletion and protection are also set to your requirements. Refer to the Options section of this help for information on how to do this. It is wise to deselect any cleaning options you are unsure about until you are familiar with your system and Quick Optimizer. 

Any other open applications should be closed before running Quick Optimizer to ensure a proper clean up is achieved. 

When you run Quick Optimizer you are presented with the default areas which can be cleaned. Select the areas you want cleaned. 

Cleaning will take place when you click on the "Clean" button (or select "Clean" from the main menu). You can configure which files and folders are searched for (and deleted) by using Options window. 

Cleaning can be stopped by pressing the "Stop" button. After cleaning, the result is presented in a window where you can see the information about the cleaning. You can save the log from File > Save menu.. 

At the top right of the main window is an area which displays the last time a clean up was performed with the program. 

Individual areas can be cleaned if you right-click on an item (such as Recycle Bin) and select the menu option which appears. This is useful if you just want to clean one or two areas (such as internet cache/history, or to perform a search for). 

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