Our twenty-year experience with PC optimization culminates in the new Avast Cleanup Premium—a fully revamped product designed to fix, clean up, & speed up PCs.
According to the Avast Q3 2017 PC Trends Report, the worldwide average age of PCs is over 5 years old. As PCs age, they suffer from increasingly more slow-downs, crashes, and non-essential files crowding their disks. Even Windows 10 does little to handle this degradation, as it occurs in brand-new machines as regularly as in the older ones. The good news is that now we’ve got an app for that...
Introducing the next generation of Avast Cleanup Premium
A while ago, we developed a tool called Avast Cleanup, which offered basic PC cleaning capabilities. When Avast and AVG merged, however, we combined our best engineers combined with our best technologies and took Avast Cleanup to the next level. We propelled the software from a simple cleanup utility to a full optimization suite with over ten features to improve reliability and speed, free up disk space and, of course, fix your PC.
Avast Cleanup Premium includes the following features:
And that’s not all. We already have plans to enhance Avast Cleanup Premium with more dynamic functionality ... but that’s another blog post for another day.
So why is PC performance still an issue when PCs and laptops have made huge strides in terms of performance, resources, and disk space? Along with the pros come a few cons: applications, web browsing, and especially games, have become increasingly demanding. Additionally, each day you use your PC, its performance, reliability and lifespan deteriorate. It’s simple wear-and-tear, the result of typical activities like using new software, browsing the web, and updating drivers.
What to look for:
If you notice any of the above, it might be time to take advantage of Avast Cleanup Premium. Please share your feedback.
Avast conducted a global study of nearly 3 billion photos to find out how many low-quality or duplicate images people keep.
Avast conducted a global study of nearly 3 billion photos to find out which countries and age groups store the most and the least.