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TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 11, releases all-in-one suite of system care tools to clean, optimize and secure Windows PCs(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS (NASDAQ: SPRT) has released Cosmos System Care, an all-in-one suite of tools PC owners can use to clean, optimize and secure Windows PCs in just a few clicks.

Cosmos, which comes in free and professional editions, is wrapped in a simple dashboard that gives users access to more than 20 tools and utilities that keep PCs free of the common "debris" that accumulate over time and help users keep their information safe and secure.

Debris or junk files left behind by untidy programs, computer usage, hard drive fragmentation, installed software, and many other issues, can slow down system performance. Cosmos helps consumers easily address these common issues, and other important functions that may be avoided such as local data back-up or recovery of data and files.

Cosmos tools are organized into security and privacy, backup and recovery, disk optimizers, windows optimizers, registry optimizers and other utilities--which includes things like optimizing PC start-up or scheduling security and maintenance scans.

Typical functions that Cosmos performs include cleaning and defragmenting the hard drive and Windows Registry, optimizing disk space by clearing unnecessary files, removing duplicates, and rearranging frequently used and large files. In addition to the wide range of optimization tools available, Cosmos also offers plenty of options for securing and protecting information stored on PCs.

Cosmos begins with a preliminary scan that is started by clicking "Start One-Click-Checkup" on the splash screen; this then brings the user to the main Cosmos dashboard, which includes a more in-depth PC Health Screen and Tool Selection from which the user may access all the tools Cosmos has to offer.

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Date:Jun 11, 2012
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