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All-in one program for maintaining and optimizing your computer

Rizone’s Power Tools is a freeware, portable application that can perform a number of tasks in one. This program will be able to do many tasks such as optimize memory, defrag and optimize hard disks, repair dead pixels on LCD screen and many more.

Of course the Internet is loaded with tones of applications, but most tools will only perform specific tasks and you need to download different tools to perform all the tasks you want to do. Rizone’s Power Tools is an answer to this.

The program has a simple and intuitive interface, so any one can use it very easily. Currently the program has the following features:

- Optimize Memory
- Defrag and Optimize Disks.
- Custom Command Line Wrapper.
- Clear Print Spooler.
- Create a System Restore Point.
- Re-Enable Windows Components
- A dead pixel repair tool.
- Re-built Windows Icon Cache.
- Manage the Recycle Bin.

The program is compatible with Windows 7, 2008, Vista, 2003 and XP and can be downloaded from program’s home page.


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