Installation could not have been simpler and only took a moment or two. I installed the software on my 1Ghz Athlon system with 256mb of RAM running Windows XP.
The first screen to greet to you when you launch the application is the System Overview window. This window provides some useful information about your system such as memory usage and CPU speed. Pictured below:
Next up is the CPU tab, which contains much more detail than the initial overview. This window draws a very nice and clear graph of the CPU usage over both 1 minute and 1 hour. There is also the option to assign more resources to specific programs, for instance if you use outlook a lot then you could have more resources allocated to it - speeding up its operation.
After the CPU tab is the memory tab. This section deals with your computers RAM and page file, important components in smooth operation of your PC. Again the graphs are very clear showing both the RAM and page file usage. The tab gives you the opportunity to free RAM and perform deep ram recovery. These features are designed to recover your RAM as operating systems can often be wasteful of memory.
The internet tab follows this. You can probably tell by now the program is designed in a very easy to use way. You can apply various tweaks and navigate between menus quickly. Again providing a nice graph of internet usage this window offers some registry tweaks for internet users to speed up their surfing experience. I can't say I noticed much difference but the graph was useful.
The Start-up tab would seem slightly out of place against the tabs but boot up speed is important if you don’t like sitting around. You can see the time it takes to do an entire boot and remove auto start applications in hope of reducing this time.
The final tab is the anti-crash tab. Very simply you can terminate suspicious tasks and restart windows shell when things go bad. As I mentioned earlier not much use anymore under the XP/2000 operating system.
An additional taskbar icon finishes the software off nicely; it has 3 little CPU, RAM and NET usage graphs.