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[Freeware] ToolWiz Game Boost

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 With No Comments »

ToolWiz Game Boost allows you to treak your PC settings to increase gaming and Internet performance so as to improve gaming experience. ToolWiz Game Boost doesn’t modify your hardware or hardware settings.  All modifications are performed via a single click of mouse. The interface is simple, easy-to-use and easy-to-understand. No matter you are a computer expert or just a beginner, with just a one single click, ToolWiz Game Boost help concentrate every little system resource to enhance your gaming experience.

When playing games on your PC, system resources can get easily strained, resulting in lags during gameplay. Many users either do not know the precise settings to switch off unwanted system services (for better gaming performance), or find it annoying to continually switch between numerous systems settings. You can use the relate soft All in one tool to speed up PC to speedup your PC.

The options provided by ToolWiz Game Boost are quite simplified and easy to understand. Furthermore, the applied changes are not sticky, and are undone the moment you quit gaming mode. This enables easily reverting back to the default system settings after playing a game. To optimize your system settings, select the required options and click Enter Game Boost Mode. The options that can be applied, include stopping keyboard hotkeys, network share, scheduled tasks, Windows updates, sharing media and other devices, proxy auto-discovery, printer support, Aero Glass effect for Windows 7/Vista, application compatibility cache, network neighborhood, graphics and other devices. You can also defragment the system memory and a selected game path.

ToolWiz Game Boost is a freeware for both home and commercial users.

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