Microsoft currently working on several software aimed at optimizing performance under Windowswe have thus seen happen DirectStorage 1.1 which targets the loading time of games, soon it is the registry and the overall performance which will be targeted with PC Manager.
There is already a host of software that claims to optimize PC performance by touching a few settings or by emptying the cache, cleaning the registry databases… market reference: Ccleaner.
Microsoft eyeing the popularity of CCleaner
The software is so popular that it installs on almost every newly built or formatted PC. A popularity on which sleazy Microsoft who therefore wishes to proposer its own alternative which would be integrated into Windows 10 and 11.
PC Manager is thus launched in beta version, and offers clean and optimize performance of the host PC. the application also offers a storage management feature to automatically delete applications that are little or not used, or to search for the largest files stored on the PC.
A better task manager
There is a process manager that allows you to close tasks that consume too much RAM or CPU resources, as well as a function Boost which deletes temporary files and frees up memory.
Microsoft also takes the opportunity to distill recommendations via a special section to share advice on keeping a PC in good condition. The application also takes over other functions of the traditional task manager by allowing enable or disable applications launched at startup.
PC Manager is currently distributed only on the Chinese version of Microsoft’s site and could thus mainly be directed towards this market at first.