Free WinUtilities v9.97! [Update: link removed]

UPDATE: As it turns out, this is actually a magazine freebie, and as such, the link has been taken down. We have a strict no-magazine policy here at dotTech.  Thanks Joanna for the notification!

Software Description

The following description is form the publisher’s site:

WinUtilities is an award winning collection of tools to optimize and speedup your system performance. this suite contains utilities to clean registry, temporary files on your disks, erase your application and internet browser history, cache and cookies. it also supports to defragment your disk drives and improve computer performance and stability. built-in StartUp Cleaner allows you to control startup programs that load automatically with windows, find duplicate files, fix broken shortcuts and uninstall unneeded software. other features include secure file deletion, recycle bin shredding, system maintenance tasks scheduling and undelete deleted files.

dotTech Advice

As Ashraf would probably say, “grab it before it’s gone”.  That said, here’s exactly what he has to say:

When I first used WinUtilities three years ago, WinUtilities was one of the better software in its class. Ever since then I have seen WinUtilities grow and become even better with each new update. While I personally prefer to use specialized software for many tasks that WinUtilities does – such as CleanMem, CCleaner, RevoUninstaller, WinPatrol, East-Tec Eraser, AxCrypt, and Auslogics Defrag – WinUtilities is one of the best  “system utilities” out there and I highly recommend it to anyone that wants or needs it.

Freebie Details

Version being given out for free: v9.97

Free updates: unknown

Supported OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2003 Server/2000/NT/98

Download size: 8.5MB

Giveaway time frame: unknown


This giveaway is extremely simple. First, download and install the free trial version of WinUtilities. Be sure to opt out of the toolbar!

After installation, click Enter Registration Key.

Open the promotion page link removed and scroll down to the license key:

Enter this key into WinUtilities. Voilà, you’re done!

[ via TipRadar]

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