Two months ago we reviewed the free version of Cloud System Booster and found it to be an easy to use program to optimize your Windows PC in a number of ways. Today I would like to take a look at the Pro version of the software which is being offered by the developing company Anvisoft as well.
Before I take a look at the differences, I would like to take a moment to look at the program as a whole for a moment.
When you install Cloud System Booster Pro you launch an interface that features a one-click optimization button. If you are an experienced user, I'd suggest you switch to expert mode first as it provides you with detailed information about what is being optimized when you hit that button.
Even if you are not overly experienced when it comes to your computer, you may want to switch to check it out before you let the program handle everything for you.
Here are the four main elements covered by the application:
As far as the disk cleaning is concerned, it is not as complete as CCleaner, and since there is no option to add items to the list you want cleaned, it is less flexible in this regard.
While you find important locations listed, Internet caches for instance, you may notice that Cloud System Booster does not support some of the programs that you are using.
The developers have integrated additional tools into the application which you find listed at the bottom and when you click on the "up-arrow" icon.
Several of the tools are for pro users only, here is the current selection:
Cloud System Booster Pro introduces several features that the free version does not include. The free version is free for personal use, while the pro version is also available for use in commercial environments. Pro users furthermore benefit from automatic updates and an automated mode that can clean and optimize the PC on schedule without user interaction.
There is also 24/7 technical support available for issues that pro users may encounter when they run the software. The developers lastly have added a light cleaning and optimization mode to the program.
Cloud System Booster Pro is the version of the program that business users can make use of to clean and optimize their system. It may also be an option for Windows users who want to automate the cleaning up and optimizations of their devices.
Since most of its features are available in the free version, you may want to try it first to see if it it adds value to your system, and whether it might make sense to purchase the pro version of Cloud System Booster to take advantage of the additional tools it ships with.
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