Windows Medkit

Post-virus optimization

In the search for the meanest, leanest computer around, dedicated techies are always looking for better ways to optimize their machines. There are often several parts to this optimization, however, and it can be tiring and complicated to check each individually. What could be better, then, than a program that optimizes everything from one interface?! View full description

PROS

  • No install required
  • Multiple tools in one

CONS

  • Always on top
  • No help
  • Fixes require restart

Good
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In the search for the meanest, leanest computer around, dedicated techies are always looking for better ways to optimize their machines. There are often several parts to this optimization, however, and it can be tiring and complicated to check each individually. What could be better, then, than a program that optimizes everything from one interface?!

That's precisely what Windows Medkit does, a small application that combines multiple management tasks, from start-up and tasks to automatic shutdown and history clearing. The developer maintains that it is mainly intended for post-virus cleaning, but it is actually quite a flexible tool that can be used for various purposes. Windows Medkit also provides a centralized interface for Windows Explorer and other system utilities such as Command Prompt and Registry.

The main problem with Windows Medkit is that it focuses on more advanced tasks. It has no help file, wizards or guide, so unless you know exactly what you need to do, many of the options will be too advanced. If you do know what you are doing, however, Windows Medkit is a handy little tool to help keep your machine in top condition.

Windows Medkit is a flexible tool for advanced care of your computer, especially after getting rid of a virus.

Windows Medkit

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Windows Medkit 0.9.50

— User reviews — about Windows Medkit

  • zeroideas.net

    by zeroideas.net

    "Please recreate your review - The Developer"

    No comment... And Niamh be sure that threre is no problem between me and you, Thank you anyway. ... More.

    reviewed on November 26, 2009

  • "To the developer"

    Hi Michael, I'm sorry you didn't like my review, but there are a few things I want to point out. [1] I am aware that ... More.

    reviewed on November 20, 2009

  • zeroideas.net

    by zeroideas.net

    "Please recreate your review - The Developer "

    First thank for adding my applications in your site but I have some notices: [1]-There is no task in “Windows Medkit”... More.

    reviewed on November 16, 2009