Today I’m going to be looking at Auslogics BoostSpeed Review which discusses a system utilities package program distributed by the makers of Auslogics Disk Defrag (a lot of you probably know this utility). Auslogics BoostSpeed 6 is a paid program, though, and not freeware, which means it’s best for those who think it’s worthwhile to pay for a tool that helps automate and speed up system maintenance and optimization—which is something some people can actually do themselves without paying for anything, although it does take a lot of effort to do it their way, admittedly.
BoostSpeed has a lot of tools in its line-up. Aside from a disk defrag tool, you get a disk repair utility, a file shredder, a “Tweak Manager”, a service manager, a start up manager, a browser manager, a task manager, a rescue center, an uninstall manager, an Internet optimizer, a registry cleaner, a registry defragmenter, a duplicate file finder, a disk wiper, a disk explorer, and a file recovery tool. In other words, you get practically everything you need to keep your system in great shape, all squeezed into a single interface.
And dear me, what an interface: it’s one of the best points of the program. It’s nice, it’s clean, it’s not confusing—and that’s a lot going for it already, considering that one of the problems with system maintenance, as far as most people are concerned, is that it can seem off-putting if you’re not too keen on tech stuff. In that sense, users of BoostSpeed won’t have to worry. A lot of the things the program does have automatic repair options, which means less hemming and hawing over whether or not something is a good idea and more fixing of problems. The program is so user-friendly, in fact, that it includes a “Google It” option besides some choices and problems, to help the user figure out if he is making the right decision.
Testing the tools is a pleasure because of the tidy interface, but the tools themselves also impress. They get the job done, no doubt about it, and with a minimum of system resource drain or diversion. In other words, you can run most of them while doing something else on your laptop and not be bothered in the least by laggy or jittery performance.
On the whole, I find Auslogics BoostSpeed 6 to be a great system maintenance option for those who don’t have the ability to fix and maintain their computers themselves. It costs $119.99, sure (but keep an eye out for the Auslogics Coupon for a better price), but you get a beautifully fast, optimally-performing computer in exchange. If that’s worth the price to you, you definitely won’t be disappointed.