It is a computer software provided by Dell that aims to tuning up your Dell performance by fixing all types of system issues including hard drive clutters, disk errors, registry problems, etc and thus make your Dell operating fast. The program is about 10 MB in size.
The software is actually a rebranded version (also called white-label) of Iolo System Mechanic. Usually the program has already been pre-installed on your Dell the first time you get it.
It helps you fix and speed up your Dell computer in a variety of ways:
The software is NOT freeware though it does have a free trial (or evaluation) that allows you to scan your Dell system for hidden issues. However, to repair them, you’ll have to purchase a license key. Attention: it’s viewed as illegal to get such activation key from the Internet, especially if you are located in the United States and European Union where relevant software copyright laws are implemented.
Like the name indicates, it’s used to tune up your Dell system performance. However, reasons why a Dell runs slow can vary: ranging from hardware to software. Even a perfectly optimized system can’t guarantee the computer is going to run smoothly. For example, if your Dell hardware configuration (CPU, memory, hard disk) is low or dated, chances are the Dell PC Tuneup software won’t make any difference. We’ve introduced a number of ways for speeding up your Dell.
The software mainly does deep system cleaning with a set of small utilities. If you don’t want to pay for the software or prefer a free solution. Here are several good alternatives:
In case you have problem running Dell PC Tuneup, you may need to update drivers. This package provided by Dell offers the Application and is supported on Inspiron, Studio Laptop, Studio XPS Laptop, Studio Hybrid Desktop and XPS Desktop models that are running under Windows XP and Vista. Note: the software was last updated on 05 Mar 2014.