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Microsoft Starts PC Manager Tool For System Maintenance

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Recently, information is circulating among Windows users about a new Microsoft tool called PC Manager. This is available in an open beta version and can be downloaded and tested. There are many third-party and independent tools available on the market for managing PC and system. But Microsoft wants to provide this service on its own, the company might have plans for the future to take it to the next level but we don’t know it yet.

Just a Normal Tool

And what then emerges is initially moderately spectacular. Essentially, you get a new tool here that combines some existing tools and functions into a compact user interface. Here you can delete temporary files, disable startup programs, and much more.

There are still some issues, which is normal in a beta. And you shouldn’t expect miracles from the software. But at least you get a glimpse of the current development work at Microsoft. As stated earlier, it seems Microsoft would play more with this tool in the future and we might get better updates and features integrated into this tool.

Mark Goodman

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