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Totally wipeout all debris from your computer

At some point of time your system performance might deteriorates. Unwanted files, obsolete registry entries and fragmentation of hard disk are the main reasons for this. There are several tools are available for cleaning and optimizing your computer. One such recommended software is DiskMax, which can totally wipeout all debris from your PC and defrag your hard disk automatically and quickly with a single mouse click.

DiskMax is very small and has no installation required. Just run the exe file to perform the task. From the ‘setting’ tab, select what you want and click done to save, that’s all.

As I said, DiskMax automates all the tasks required to keep your system clean and fast, leaving you to enjoy the whole new experience. So anyone can use it without any problem. This tool supports Windows XP (V.3.2), Vista, Windows 2008 and 7(v.4).

Features includes: Automates emptying your recycle bin (if specified), cleans up every user's history, temporary Internet files, cookies, etc, clears out Windows cache, unused legacy cursors (on Vista, if specified), debugging info, internet logs,etc, cleans up after Vista SP1 install (if specified), removes registry entries for multiple most recently used lists, deep scans your hard-disk to remove all files of type log, old, prv, chk, etc and defrag your hard disk


  1. Thanks. A fast and easy tool. I was really looking like this one.


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