Where can I download Auto Pilot for Windows 7 software

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I recently heard about a program that optimizes the PC.

I would need this kind of software because my computer is running for 10 hours a day and an Optimizer is a great solution.

The problem is that no features were found and some help is required in order for me to properly use the program.

So can you help me to download Auto Pilot for Windows 7 and explain a bit how this software works?

Would it help my PC?

Any help or suggestion would be appreciated.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #174408

Where can I download Auto Pilot for Windows 7 software

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This software is the first automated tuner for XP and is a great solution for busy systems.

It can enhance the performance in three ways:

  • Disk-related utilities like defraggers
  • Memory-related like cache/RAM
  • Automated tuning tools

AutoPilot is an excellent example of a highly sophisticated and advanced neural network that is able to look at the hardware, XP and the applications running and improves performance in real-time.

If you want to use this software for windows 7 or Vista, AutoPilot must have administrative privileges.

  • Right-click on AutoPilot shortcut and Go to Properties
  • Open the Compatibility Tab and check “Run this program as an administrator”.

You can also download “PC Booster 2012 Windows 7” in order to enhance your system.

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Where can I download Auto Pilot for Windows 7 software

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If your computer is slow, you can improve the performance by scheduling a weekly maintenance like for example every Saturday or Sunday. Then every maintenance day, run some tools to clean the system like use CCleaner to clean your system from unwanted or junk files. You can download the free version. Next, you can use PC Tools Performance Toolkit to optimize the system’s performance.

Once PC Tools is installed, you can use different tools to optimize the system. In “Privacy” tab, you can run “Clear Your Windows History,” “Clear Your Browsing History,” and “Clear Your Third-Party Software Traces” to clean your system. In “Performance” tab, you can run “Clean Your Registry” and “Compact Your Registry” to clean and compact your Windows registry.

Lastly, you can run “Defragment Disks” to defrag your system drive and other drives on your computer. The startup and shut down speed of your computer is dependent or affected by the level of fragmentation of the system drive or the system partition. The more it is fragmented, the slower the data is processed.

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