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F-Secure Updater and Tuneup Utility (give feedback and win F-Secure Internet Security 2010)

F-Secure recently launched a tool called F-Secure Updater and Tuneup that helps keep our system up-to-date and make it stay optimized by defragging the drive, checking the registry, etc.

Maintaining a computer can be a chore sometimes, especially if you're the kind of person that's always on the go. Keeping all the programs on a computer up-to-speed with the latest updates can be a hassle.

Periodically 'housecleaning' the system (like defragging the hard drive) in order to optimize performance is even less exciting.

This single tool can handle both these tasks. Updater and Tuneup is a Technology Preview program and can be used free till the end of January 2010.

F-Secure offering the following items as prizes (by lucky draw) to users who give feedback about F-Secure Updater and Tuneup : 5 boxes of F-Secure Internet Security 2010 and 15 VIP Cards for F-Secure Internet Security 2010 and F-Secure Mobile Security


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