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[Review + Unlimited Giveaway] SystemSwift

Posted by PCbasics on December 25, 2013 at 2:00 AM


Most users probably have experienced the feeling when their PC is running slow and they think they need to upgrade their existing hardware or to get a completely new system, but in reality it may just be a few system tweaks to get their slow system back to speed. SystemSwift makes is as simple as clicking one button. Literally!


The program itself is very simple. It basically does the behind the scenes work to change and tweak several settings to make your existing hardware function better and to keep it running fast and smooth. As it changes the settings, it also makes them permanent so that you won't have to ever worry about it again. SystemSwift is actually a combination of three of PGWARE's separate programs: PCMedik, GameGain and Throttle. So not only is it making your computer faster, it also increases internet download speeds, improves gaming graphic speeds, and heals small problems that may degrade your computer's performance over time.

When you click "Optimize Now" the program immediately begins to fix the settings in your computer to get optimal performance. It wasn't a long wait for me and it finished. To complete and save the changes, you must restart your computer. After the restart your computer should be ready to go!

Now does this really work? For me, I would say not much. But that being said I have an above average computer. My computer has an Intel i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a dedicated graphics card. Now for a slower and lower end computer, this program could work some magic and speed it up a lot more than my computer. The intension of this program was to speed up slowing down computers, and making them work the speed they did. So does it serve its purpose? Yes it does.

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This program is a good program for computers that are slowing down and are getting to the point that you think you need to upgrade some parts or to get a new computer as a whole. This program may solve the problem for you by fixing some setting to increase the performance of the computer, speeding up the internet connection, and improving gaming performance. Since this is a fairly new program (Version 1 was released earlier this month), I would also like to suggest a few things. Although it is suppose to be a simple to use program and just hit one button for it to do its work, some users want to see what settings are being changed on their system and what tweaks the program is "fixing" on the computer. I think adding an option to view what settings are being changed and to opt-out of certain setting that the user would not like changed would be an improvement to the program. There have been a couple new updates for this program and hope to see more to make this program even more. I rate this program 4 stars out of 5 because it does its job, but as new program, there is still room for improvement.


First of all I would like to wish all of you readers a merry Christmas and to thank PGWARE for sponsoring this exclusive giveaway for all PCbasics readers! For the next 48hrs, you can get SystemSwift for free! Each single user license normally cost $26.99 USD, but for the next two days you can get this software for free as a Christmas gift from us to you!


Go here to get your free license: http://www.pgware.com/promo/PCbasics/

Giveaway ends December 26th (11:59pm, gmt -6).

*The license allows the users to use all minor versions of SystemSwift and will last forever.  Each user should visit the website between the 25th-26th and obtain a free serial; only 1 serial per ip address will be generated; the serial itself can be activated any time and day later, they simply need to obtain the serial between those two days.


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Reply Dacko
10:27 AM on December 25, 2013 

Merry Christmas!
Reply jorge
2:23 AM on December 26, 2013