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PostSubject: Ace Utilities 4.0.0 Build 4050   Thu Mar 20, 2008 12:27 am

Ace Utilities is an award winning collection of tools to optimize your
PC's performance. It allows you to find and remove the junk files in
your PC, invalid registry entries, delete your internet usage history,
provides plug-in support to erase the usage-history for over 200
third-party applications, manage your internet cookies and much more.
With a detailed startup-manager you can see what all programs,
services, drivers, etc start automatically with Windows and optionally
disable them. Furthermore, Ace Utilities also includes options to find
true duplicate files, fix or remove broken shortcuts and to uninstall
software completely. Other features include secure file deletion, disk
space analysis, an empty-folder finder and more.

Remove Junk Files
files are created by almost all of the Windows applications you use. In
an ideal case, such files are deleted by the program that created them
in the first place. But, the converse is what happens often. These
files can have a temporary existence where the parent program, which
created the file, would delete them upon exiting, or a permanent
existence due to unexpected termination of the parent program, an error
in the program, a system crash, etc.

The point to be noted here
is that such files left behind will reside in your hard disk and
accumulate over time unless you manually find and remove them. Some of
the results of having a substantial amount of such junk files are
dramatic reduction in system performance, consumption of hard disk
space (sometimes up to hundreds of megabytes), system crashes etc.

"Remove Junk Files" tool can spot out these miscreant files and help you get rid of them very fast and effectively.

Clean System Registry
Registry, the central hierarchical database used in the micr*soft
Windows, is used to store information necessary to configure the PC for
one or more users, applications and hardware devices.

Registry contains information that Windows continually references
during operations such as setting profiles for each user, details about
the applications installed on your computer and the types of documents
that an application can create, what all hardware exists in the system,
the ports that are being used, etc.

Over time, Windows Registry
begins to bloat with data that are invalid and obsolete. Such invalid
data eventually accumulate in the Registry slowing down the Windows,
whereby compromising PC performance and causing other problems.

Find Duplicate Files
files can appear on your system for a number of reasons, and can have a
number of detrimental results aside from wasting hard drive space.
Various applications may install the same files at different locations
on your system, or you may copy or download the same files into
different folders on your system without knowing it. Sometimes the only
result of this is wasted hard drive space, but many times different
copies of the same vital system file can cause havoc.

"Find Duplicate Files" tool can easily find and remove duplicates of the same file.

Auto-Start Manager
Windows users are used to the fact that after installing a large number
of software applications, their computer usually slows down
considerably. One of the main reasons for this problem is that many
applications install background processes that are automatically
started when you start your computer. Those background processes
increase the boot time and consume valuable resources. Some of the
background processes may show up in your 'system tray' as small icons,
while others are completely invisible. Not all background processes are
bad, of course. Some, like anti-virus programs and system utilities,
are needed to keep your system running smoothly, but many of the
background processes are often not necessary at all and only make your
system run slower.

"Auto-Start Manager" allows you to manage all
such applications which start automatically. This tool can organize
programs that run automatically using the Registry, the 'Startup'
folder in the Start menu and the 'Win.ini' file.

Erase your History
Windows operating system keeps tracks of many things that you do with
your computer, like the websites you visit using Internet browsers ,
the pictures you view using image viewers, the movies you watch using
Media player etc. Likewise, many of the third-party applications that
you use keep a list of the 'most recently used' files.

Owing to
the fact that such information is stored at different places by
different programs, it is impossible, or rather tedious and
time-consuming, to maintain your privacy by manually searching for such
entries and eliminating them.

"Erase History" tool makes the job
much easier by taking care of everything at the click of a button:
freeing up wasted hard-drive space and getting rid of your past
activity records from the PC.

Fix Invalid Shortcuts
are links to files stored in different folders and drives on your PC.
The Windows Start Menu is made of shortcuts pointing to various files
elsewhere on your hard drive. These shortcuts, when run, opens its
corresponding application or document. Many a time, the 'targets' of
these shortcuts are moved or deleted, leaving the shortcut pointing to
a file or location that no longer exists. Such 'dead' shortcuts clutter
your Start Menu and Desktop.

"Fix Invalid Shortcuts" tool
provides you with an easy and convenient way to address these invalid
shortcuts. It scans your system, finds all the invalid shortcuts and
reports back to you so that you can remove it from your system.

Securely Delete Files
standard Windows Recycle Bin allows you to delete files and folders,
presumably removing them from prying eyes. However, unbeknownst to most
of us, there are many ways to retrieve and view files and folders which
have been removed in this manner even months after they have been
deleted. The reason items can be so easily retrieved intact even long
after being supposedly deleted is because Windows does not actually
erase the physical data on your drive that makes up the item: it only
marks the very first byte of it as 'available space' so that the
operating system can use it if necessary. With simple, and in most
cases free, software anyone can view a list of all of the files,
folders, pictures, and documents you have attempted to delete recently,
as well as easily restore and view them. This is where "Securely Delete
Files" tool come in handy.

Uninstall Manager
You just can't
trust those installation programs. Sure, they'll copy a new
application's essential files to the hard disk, but they'll also add
files to existing directories, modify the Registry, and generally
litter the disk. Uninstall Manager lets you safely remove all unwanted
files and return your system to its original state. This utility can be
used to uninstall applications easily and quickly than the 'add/remove'
control panel applet. This tool lists entries usually with reference to
a physical uninstallation file located somewhere on your system.

by either manually deleting applications or from untidy uninstallation,
the file that these entries refer may no longer exist and this results
in an error when the corresponding entry is tried to uninstall. It is
impossible to remove these orphaned entries manually. Using this tool,
you can easily remove these invalid entries.

Find Empty Folders
"Find Empty Folders" tool can be used to find the empty folders in your hard drive.

Disk Analysis
Analysis" tool shows the disk usage of your drives. Use it when your
hard disk is almost full, and you don't know where the big files are
residing, what all files occupy how much space, etc. They may well be
hidden in sub-sub-directories.

Scheduled System Maintenance
"Scheduled System Maintenance" tool can be used to schedule a cleaning operation with the help of Windows 'Task Scheduler'.

Wipe Deleted File Data
computer users are unaware that deleted files can be recovered or
undeleted and can yield information which can be used against the
person who deleted them. This information can be as common as a deleted
email message or as important as sensitive business records. Most
people assume that if a file doesn't show up in a folder, it's gone
forever. Few people know that deleted files are not erased; the data is
just hidden, and the files can be undeleted.

Wiping a disk's
free space ensures any such data currently stored will be destroyed.
Save all documents and close all running programs that may write to the
disk, before using this tool.

Maintenance Wizard
Wizard" is a tool that conveniently consolidates several of Ace
Utilities' features into one collective interface for quick access and
operation. Quick-Cleanup will allow you to easily run a variety of
system maintenance procedures on your PC in just a few easy steps.

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