The latest release of a cutting-edge Windows utility suite developed by the engineers and researchers at Macecraft Software was announced today. Known as jv16 Power Tools 2011, the new software both advances and refines the popular 2010 version.
This extraordinarily versatile program includes utilities for encryption, privacy management, system optimization, file and directory management and data security. Additionally, jv16 Power Tools 2011 has significantly improved the performance standards of both its registry cleaner and software uninstaller, and has added many features not found in prior versions.
"We have made a number of highly useful additions to the software," said Faisal Habib, spokesman for Macecraft USA. "We truly believe that our latest version is the best optimization and tune-up utility suite on the market today."
Existing customers can take advantage of a special offer to purchase the new jv16 Power Tools 2011 for the discounted price of $5.95, no matter which prior version they're using. "The regular price will be $29.95 for first-time buyers," according to Mr. Habib, "which is still a tremendous value for a product of this quality."
According to Mr. Habib, users of jv16 Power Tools 2011 will experience an improvement in the overall stability of their computers, which keeps computers running faster, smoother and error-free.
"Our engineers have completely re-written the Software Uninstaller," he said. "Its ability to both find and properly remove unwanted programs has been greatly improved, and our new User Action History allows you to see exactly what the program has removed in the past." Additionally, the new version has fine-tuned the Registry Cleaner engine to provide for additional safety and accuracy, and provides detailed information on the specific nature of registry errors.
Other improvements were made to the Clean and Fix My Computer feature, which now also scans for broken shortcuts and unneeded empty folders in the Start Menu and Desktop. The Remove on Reboot feature allows you to delete protected or locked files during the next system startup.
"The Startup Manager is now fully compatible with msconfig," Habib added. "This is very helpful because it means that users can now enable items previously disabled with msconfig - and vice versa."
The new Tag System allows users to tag individual lines, a feature that was not offered on earlier versions.