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Tfire136

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Well I have been running System Mechanic for some time now. I can't help but think there is a more effective piece of software out there that runs well with XP. I am wondering what some of the opinions out there are. I really enjoy the ease of having all of the programs together so I can go through and clean and repair my system at one time. What do you guys think the best is???
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My favorite program is Tune Up Utilities 2006. After the 30-day trial I decided to buy the program. I really love this program. It's very easy to use and doesn't require much of your time.

Just my thoughts in here. :whistling:
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I 100% agree with Emery.
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Thanks I just went out and got it to give it a try :whistling:
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