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Check your PC’s stability, protection status and performance with PC Checkup

PC Checkup is a free utility from Tee Support that lets you identify your PC’s protection status, performance and viruses, spyware or any malware threats.

This tool is similar to Norton PC Checkup. Once installed Tee Support PC Checkup will run a quick scan for essential protection of your computer and indicate the status.

Next, PC check up will scan the key parts of your computer, such as Windows registry, startup items, junk files, and disk defragment and identify issues that might impact speed and stability of a PC.

It can also check your whole system for viruses, spyware and other malware that threaten your pc security.

However, once the checkup finishes, it will not give any suggestion; instead, you can talk to Tee Support Online experts to remove the unwanted program and leftovers.

Interested readers can download it free at here.


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