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Diagnose Windows Performance Issues And Vulnerabilities With Webroot System Analyzer

Webroot System Analyzer is a free, little tool that investigates the Windows PC for performance issues and diagnoses vulnerabilities. It quickly scans a PC for threats, identifies problematic hardware, looks for protection measures and analyzes system information to diagnose and correct problems before they occur.

The information it gathers from a computer includes details regarding possible performance and security issues of a PC, such as temporary files, fragmentation of disc, windows update issues, security measures, etc. You can make use of these information to quickly solve your PC’s problems.

 Webroot System Analyzer doesn’t require installation and the scanning process requires only a little time (according to the developer, it requires below 2minutes to scan a system). The application is designed for IT administrators to troubleshoot individual PC’s on a working environment.

Webroot System Analyzer can be downloaded (668KB) from developer’s site here.


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