The program comes with a clean and intuitive interface. You can get started by performing a scan job on the registry, drivers, processes and privacy issues.
When the task is completed, you can view the total number of detected and selected errors in each of the aforementioned categories.
Furthermore, you can locate outdated drivers to download updates, as well as manage applications which automatically run at system startup.
But you can also use a browser object and file extension manager, and optimize Windows (e.g. disable hibernation, prefetch, Desktop search).
In addition, you can find and remove duplicate files, remove old system restore points, defrag your hard drive, as well as clear temporary files and recent history, in order to free up space.
Moreover, you can schedule a cleaning task, configure registry settings (e.g. fonts, shared DLLs, application paths, help files), change privacy options (e.g. web browsers, applications), view and remove ignored items, and others.
The tool runs on moderate system resources and can take a while to finish a scanning task. No errors have occurred during our tests and ParetoLogic PC Health Advisor didn’t freeze or crash.
However, since the demo version is severely limited, we cannot accurately evaluate ParetoLogic PC Health Advisor. We can only suggest you test it for yourself. It certainly looks promising.