Why do PC gamers love System Mechanic?

All serious PC gamers out there know that nothing reveals your gaming rig’s performance deficiencies like the latest games. These graphics-intensive programs absolutely hammer CPUs [even if they’re relatively new], memory, and video resources much more than typical home or home-office applications. The smoothness of gameplay suffers, and the symptoms are exhibited as “FPS” [frames per second] and “lag”. [The higher the FPS, and the lower the lag, the more enjoyable your gaming experience will be].

If you have an un-optimized PC, while FPS and lag are very noticeable while gaming, you might also notice other symptoms of a slow PC during daily use. Optimize your PC for gaming, and everything else you’ll do on your computer will be lightening fast…

Below are 8 easy-to-use tools within System Mechanic that will unleash any PC gamers system. Make your gaming rig the thing that dreams are made of!

  1. EnergyBooster™. When FPS rates drop, and graphics become “choppy”, many gamers focus on upgrading their video cards. [Which can be an expensive exercise]. Most gamers don’t realize that these symptoms can often be caused by a Central Processing Unit [CPU] that has been “bottlenecked” by too many demanding processes running at the same time. System Mechanic’s EnergyBooster shuts down unneeded background processes, and channels maximum power to the game or application you’re running, for the best possible speed and responsiveness.
  2. Program Accelerator™. Now you don’t have to wait between levels for your game [or program] to load massive files. You can now get back into the action faster! Program Accelerator uses patent-pending technology to consolidate program files on the hard drive, and reduce disk lag. Much more sophisticated than disk defragmenting, it resolves all the file entropy [dispersal] caused by patches and updates that other techniques can’t address.
  3. Memory Mechanic®. Long stretches of computer use can result in memory leaks that lead to sluggish performance and necessitate a system reboot to get your PC working properly again. No more! With just one click, Memory Mechanic swiftly releases trapped RAM, and instantly refreshes performance without the need to close running applications.
  4. NetBooster®. If you’re gaming online, an  un-optimized internet connection is a major cause of game lag, especially in multi-player environments. [You can even get kicked off a server for “high pings” due to a poor connection!] NetBooster can increase internet speeds by up to 300%! Think how much time you will save downloading multi-gigabyte files, which often take hours to download. NetBooster is a boon to BitTorrent junkies, as well as gamers!
  5. PC Cleanup™. Get rid of over 50 types of junk files [including temp downloads from game patches] that can run into gigabytes of wasted disk space.
  6. CRUDD Remover™. Duplicate programs clog up your PC’s available resources. Commonly Redundant or Unnecessary Decelerators and Destabilizers [CRUDD] Remover takes the guesswork out of finding and classifying them, so you can choose to remove the ones that are slowing down your system and quickly achieve a leaner, faster system.
  7. Designated Drivers™. Having up-to-date drivers is critical if you want your gaming rig to run as fast as possible. Designated Drivers ensures every driver update posted in the Windows database is quickly [and safely] downloaded to your system.
  8. SSD Accelerator™. With regular use, even solid state drives [SSDs] will experience performance loss. Keep your HDD running at optimum performance with SSD accelerator.

If you have any questions or comments on the above, please contact us. We love feedback from our readers.

How Can I Speed Up My PC? These 5 Tips Will Show You How!

System Mechanic Pro Is Your #1 Answer To; “How Do I Speed Up My PC?”

For most people keeping their PC running at peak performance is not something that’s at the top of their “must-do” list. It should be. Your PC is probably one of your most important tools, and like a car, if you don’t look after it, it won’t look after you. Give it back some love with System Mechanic Pro, and follow the tips below to improve the speed, stability and overall reliability of your PC.

1. Boost your PCs memory. Memory Mechanic™ will speed up your PC by reclaiming wasted memory.

2. Don’t neglect your drivers. Designated Drivers™ will ensure that you’ll be able to keep all your device drivers up-to-date at the click of a button.

3. Get rid of the dead weight. CRUDD Remover™ will remove redundant programs and improve computing efficiency by freeing up storage space.

4. Use the optimum file system. Program Accelerator™ will boost program performance by intelligently realigning programs with their dependent files.

5. Have everything in the right place. Defragment your drive with DriveAccelerator™. [System Mechanic also maximizes the speeds of SSD drives as well!]

Tip 1: Boost your PCs memory. Computer memory can be held captive by memory leaks and unused programs that don’t need it. This has a big impact on speed. Reclaim this wasted memory with Memory Mechanic™.

Here’s How:

  1. Start Memory Mechanic and click Toolbox >>Individual Tools >> Maximize Performance
  2. Find Memory Mechanic in the list of tools and click Start
  3. For an ultra-deep optimization that requires a little more time, select the Perform deep memory defragmentation option located in the lower left corner of the screen
  4. Click Next and watch Memory Mechanic go to work

Bonus Tip: You can click the box at the bottom left of the screen for an even deeper memory reclamation.

Tip 2: Don’t neglect your drivers. If your drivers are not kept up to date, the devices connected to your PC won’t be able operate together effectively.

Here’s How:

  1. Start System Mechanic and click Toolbox » Individual Tools » Maximize Performance
  2. Find Designated Drivers and click Start
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions, using the Help button for further info as needed

Bonus Tip: To finish the driver update process, it’s a good idea to restart your PC before getting back to work to ensure all changes have been applied.

Tip 3: Get rid of the dead weight. Commonly Redundant or Unnecessary Decelerators and Destabilizers [CRUDD] Remover™ identifies and eliminates duplicate programs that overload your systemRemoving unneeded programs is one of the best ways to significantly speed up a PC!

Here’s How:

  1. Start System Mechanic and click Toolbox » Individual Tools
  2. Find CRUDD Remover™ within Maximize Performance and click Start, then Next
  3. Review the list of redundant programs installed on your PC, then use the information presented to decide whether to keep or uninstall the program (or choose to decide later)
  4. When you’re finished, close CRUDD Remover and start enjoying a leaner, meaner machine

Tip 4: Use the optimum file system. Program Accelerator™ jump-starts your sluggish programs by fully re-aligning your whole PC file system.

Here’s How:

  1. Start System Mechanic and click Toolbox » Individual Tools » Maximize Performance
  2. Find Program Accelerator and click Start
  3. Select your drives to re-align and click Next
  4. Select your options and click Next to start the re-alignment process. Note: Re-alignment can take a while on larger hard drives (up to several hours). You can use your PC during re-alignment, or you can start the process before leaving the office or going to bed.
  5. When finished, your program files will be aligned for maximum efficiency and ultra-fast access [try starting a resource-intensive app afterward to experience the noticeable improvement]

Tip 5: Have everything in the right place. System Mechanic’s fast and powerful disk defrag tool is now engineered to work hand in hand with the patent-pending technology of Program Accelerator™ and AcceleWrite™ to completely optimize your hard drives and critical data for speed and reliability.

Here’s How:

  1. Start System Mechanic and click Toolbox » Individual Tools
  2. Find Drive Accelerator within Maximize Performance and click the Start button next to Defragment Hard Drives
  3. Select the drives you want to optimize and click Next
  4. Select your options and click Next to start the defragmentation process. Note: Defragmentation can take a while on larger hard drives (up to several hours). You can use your PC during defragmentation, or you can start the process before leaving the office or going to bed.
  5. Congratulations, your system is now defragmented and ready for actionNote: If you elected to have any locked files defragmented next time Windows starts, these files will be optimized when you restart your PC.

Bonus Tip: You can easily turn on automatic defragmentation. Go to Automated Tasks under ActiveCare, then enable Automatically optimize system drive.

To learn more about System Mechanic Pro, and exactly what the software offers please check out our home page.