[CC] jv16 PowerTools Lite 2011 (freeware)

Like jv16 PowerTools but can’t afford or don’t want to pay for the shareware version? Now you can use jv16 PowerTools Lite, the freeware version of jv16 PowerTools! Admittedly jv16 PowerTools Lite has limited functions compared to the paid version, but it comes with the same quality associated with the jv16 PowerTools brand.

The following are the features of jv16 PowerTools Lite 2011, as per the developer:

Clean and fix my computer

Clean and fix my computer is an all around system maintenance and cleaning utility.

The feature does the following:

  • Scans the registry for registry errors.
  • Scans the registry for obsolete and leftover data.
  • Scans the registry for MRU and history data.
  • Scans the file system for unneeded and leftover files.
  • Scans the file system for temp files.

The Backup Tool

The Backup Tool ensures that beyond its convenience PowerTools Lite is also safe. The powerful yet simple interface make for a robust and easy to use program. By default this feature is activated everytime you use a tool (it can be disabled of course). Another nice touch you will love is the ability to quickly backup things like the desktop, start menu or the My Documents folder.

But the Backup Tool is also versatile enough so you can…

  • Create custom backups of your system.
  • Modify existing backups.
  • Partially restore existing backups.
  • Duplicate backups for added security.

There are two ways you can get jv16 PowerTools Lite 2011. You can visit their download page, enter your e-mail address (you actually don’t even have to enter your e-mail address — clicking “Download” without entering an e-mail address works, too), and download jv16 PowerTools Lite 2011 from Tucows; but be warned that from Tucows you are forced to download Tucows download manager. If you want to avoid this whole charade, including the Tucows crapware, you can download jv16 PowerTools Lite 2011 from this direct download link.

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