How to find this tool:
Tools > System Tuner
Available only in select versions of Trend Micro security software.
System Tuner optimizes your computer's performance and helps
protect your privacy on the Internet by removing unnecessary files
and adjusting your system settings. It also backs up your current
system settings before getting started, just in case you change
your mind later about the changes made.
System Tuner deletes unnecessary files to recover disk space,
switches off unused startup programs, and cleans up the system
registry. In addition, it can remove web browser cookies, chat
histories, and other records generated during normal use of your
computer to help protect your privacy.
System Tuner can offer the following enhancements to your computer:
System Tuner finds recoverable disk space in the following places:
The system registry is a database of settings used by Windows
and other programs. The registry often contains leftover entries
from software already removed.
System Tuner checks for broken or invalid entries in the system registry, including the following:
Most computers have several programs and services that start
automatically when Windows starts. Many of these programs and
services, including security software, must remain in memory for
your benefit. However, computers with limited memory that run too
many programs can slow down or become unresponsive.
Autostart settings allow different programs and services to start automatically when Windows starts. System Tuner checks these settings and can delete autostart settings that point to missing files to fix startup problems.
You can also select programs and services that should not start
automatically with Windows. When you perform a tune-up, System
Tuner will remove the autostart settings for these programs and
System Tuner can help protect your privacy on the Internet by deleting the following data:
During a tune-up, the System Tuner can delete all of this
information to help prevent others from monitoring your activities
on the Internet.
You cannot completely undo all of the changes made by the System Tuner. For example, you cannot restore deleted files, cookies, or browser history entries. However, you can recover your former registry entries, environment variables, and autostart settings.
Always keep Windows System Restore enabled performing a tune-up
in case you want to undo any changes made to your system
To recover system settings, use the restore point created during
Yes, you must have System Restore enabled to undo changes to
your system settings during the tune-up. System Tuner will prompt
you to enable System Restore before performing the tune-up. If you
do not enable System Restore or it fails, you can continue the
tune-up, but you will not be able to undo any changes.