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1.0 Beta Build 0062 (Mar 10, 2001)
I don't know if it removed everything or not. I still see the PCHealth directory in C:\WINDOWS\. Afterwords, the uninstall doesn't work for me, saying it might have already been uninstalled.
126.96.36.199 (Mar 10, 2001)
Awesome program. A much better program than Easy CD Creator. My favorite Mastering Program ever. With Nero and my BURN-Proof CD-RW drive, I haven't created a single coaster yet.
188.8.131.52 (Mar 10, 2001)
The GUI is very easy to use, and overall System Cleaner does a good job. Although, the settings confused me, there were some options there that left me wondering. And, I don't agree totally on how System Cleaner searchs for un-needed files. Any file that didn't have a description on my system showed up as a file that can be deleted, this included files that belonged to my sound card drivers. It also shows almost every Windows log that happens to be a .txt file as deletable. Not something I would normally delete, unless I had better information. Including some sort of resource to educate users (like me) on what files are usually okay to delete, and ones you should try to avoid.
5.05 (Mar 10, 2001)
I think the interface could really use some work, and that's mostly what holds it back. It took me a couple minutes when I first got it to figure out how to work all the settings. Other than that, MBM is a very useful program that reports back all the possible temperatures, voltages, and fan speeds it can get out of your system. Helped me out a lot. A must for overclockers.
3.0 Beta 1-003 (Mar 10, 2001)
Wonderful program. Very simple, very clear, no BS. Great for seeing just what your overclocking efforts have done so far.
3.0 Beta 1-003 (Jun 17, 2001 - 5:07 PM)
That's so homosexual. If I were XBOX Tech. I would have told Microsoft to go **** off and find a new name. If they had it first, then they have the right to keep it. But like most people in this world they sell out... Grrr...
3.0 Beta 1-003 (Jun 17, 2001 - 5:03 PM)
Plain and simple, AMD kicks ass. I just switched from Intel Pentium III to AMD Thunderbird in my main machine. Kick ass.
3.0 Beta 1-003 (Mar 10, 2001 - 8:33 PM)
and disgruntaled, and can do some pretty funny things. Nice story. Now who wants to fill the coffee pot for him?