Flagship Windows optimizer by Auslogics, BoostSpeed 9, has just been updated with significant usability improvements and latest AV requirements satisfied.
Online PR News – 18-October-2017 – Sydney – Sydney, Australia - September 26, 2017 - Australian publisher of computer maintenance and optimization programs, Auslogics Software, has announced the release of a major update to its popular all-in-one suite of tools, Auslogics BoostSpeed. The release comes with long-anticipated changes designed to make the program even more convenient to use for novices and experts alike.
Auslogics BoostSpeed is a comprehensive collection of PC tune-up tools that has been recommended on the Discovery Channel and on various industry websites as a must-have for maintaining any Windows computer. In version 9, Auslogics added multi-language support, a special tweaking tool for Windows 10 and a number of convenience-targeted interface changes. With this latest update the software GUI undergoes more changes with the same purpose of making the program more user-friendly.
Developers have made BoostSpeed not only easier to navigate, but also simpler to uninstall or request a refund. The company has announced a plan to take steps toward making their software as user-friendly as can be, which includes accommodating those users who are not completely happy with the program. Such users will find it easy to get their money back and get the software off their PC, if needed.
We worked on the latest BoostSpeed update with a focus on listening to all our users, both happy and unhappy, and recording their needs and wants, says Anna Lind, Auslogics PR representative. We also worked closely with AppEsteem to make sure all our products meet their newest strict criteria for clean software. I am proud to say that BoostSpeed is a program that puts the user first and our customers agree.
Among other changes to BoostSpeed GUI are the new language used to explain scan results and recommendations in a more understandable manner; more ways for the user to control notifications and program operations and multiple improvements to program algorithms.
A free trial version of BoostSpeed 9 is available from the publisher's website at www.auslogics.com/en/software/boost-speed/. Special upgrade pricing is available to current users of older BoostSpeed versions.
Founded in 2008 in Sydney, Australia, Auslogics Software publishes a wide range of computer maintenance, optimization and security tools for home and business use. The wide array of software titles produced by Auslogics includes virus and spyware protection, disk defragmentation and cleanup, Windows registry maintenance, Internet connection speedup, file recovery and a lot more. Software from Auslogics is used by over 15 million people around the globe and is the tool of choice of many IT and computer manufacturing companies.
More information: http://www.auslogics.com/en