Do you wish that you could block out the rest of the world while you play games on your computer? With a single click, Advanced System Optimizer's Game Optimizer can turn your computer into a dedicated game machine.
Game Optimizer turns your computer into a dedicated game machine by blocking annoyances. Instant messaging, update notifications, and other interruptions are temporarily blocked until you've left game mode and returned to normal mode.
In technical terms, Game Optimizer builds a private virtual desktop that is completely free of distractions. In real world terms, Game Optimizer blocks out the rest of your computer, and lets you play your games in peace.
Your system will run faster and more reliably if you ensure that your system drivers and device drivers are up to date. Advanced System Optimizer's Driver Updater finds the latest drivers for you, and installs them effortlessly. Whether it's sound, video, or display graphics, or the latest tweaks to your printer or modem's drivers, Advanced System Optimizer will determine which drivers are out-of-date, and fix the problem.
Every day, the bad guys are trying to attack your system with spyware that will destroy your privacy. Every day, Advanced System Optimizer's System Protector can monitor your computer 24/7 to keep you safe.
System Protector continually monitors all of the processes that are running on your Windows PC. The software looks for signs of spyware-related activity. It can detect, identify, and clean malware from your computer before the bad guys grab your credit card information or sensitive emails.
Don't allow spyware, trojans, or other malware to get into your computer. Use Advanced System Optimizer's System Protector to slam the door shut on the bad guys.
Advanced System Optimizer's Disk Optimizer is a state-of-the-art disk defragmentation program. Using it every few weeks will pay huge benefits, immediately and into the future.
The short-term problem with fragmented files is that it takes much longer for these files to load. The long-term problem is that your hard drive has to work very hard to locate and access the dozens or hundreds of places on the drive that your files occupy. And that results in unnecessary hardware failures.