System Boost Elite

System Boost Elite

A FREE, easy and automatic way to scan, fix and optimize your registry is here

System Boost Elite is a system optimization tool. It meets the necessity of regularly cleaning your computer from the unnecessary stuff that is gradually accumulated in the Registry and hard disks.
This program’s interface is not very attractive and the big round buttons on the left can be somewhat confusing, yet it is easy to use. The Scan feature searches the Registry to fix problems there. It also clears history of web surfing and computer use. In addition, it removes junk files to free disk space. Finally, it can repair and optimize system configuration. As messing with the Registry is always a dangerous operation, there is a restore center to create system restore points for later use in case of an emergency.
Moreover, the program has a set of additional tools. These include an auto shutdown feature, which allows you to shut down your system at a set time or interval. A startup manager can help you select the applications that will start during system startup. The file pulverizer acts as a shredder that can delete files permanently while the cloned file cleaner can find and delete repeated files. The other tools listed are not really built-in features but shortcuts to tools that are available from the system, such as Disk Cleaner, Disk Checker, Control Panel and System Information.
When I tested the application, it claimed to have found 161 different problems. However, the trial version allowed me to fix only three issues, a quantity that is insufficient to verify the effectiveness of the results. An advantage of this program is that it allows you to use a time scheduler to perform regular automated cleanings.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • It is easy to use.
  • It includes a scheduler.


  • The trial version repairs a very limited number of problems.
  • The interface is not very attractive.
  • It does not include as many tools as other similar application.
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