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Microsoft releases the new app to optimize the performance of Windows 11 and 10

PC Manager is now available on the two most modern Windows systems.

Microsoft releases the new app to optimize the performance of Windows 11 and 10
Daniel García

Daniel García

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Microsoft, with the aim of providing users with a more efficient system, has already launched its application designed to optimize the performance of Windows 11 and Windows 10 systems. This app, available for free download, will easily and simply clean files and improve the performance of the computer in question.

Thanks to this, after many years of waiting, it will not be necessary to download third-party programs or applications to optimize or clean the PC from junk in its storage. In fact, it has a very simple interface to use and allows you to perform actions without any difficulty

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Instant Optimization

This tool, named PC Manager, will allow users to optimize their systems so they can save resources, increase free storage space, clean the cache memory, and perform many other cleaning tasks that help accelerate PC performance.

This is a very useful tool, especially for long-term use, as we often may not be aware of the amount of “junk” we generate within our computer. Thus, tools like PC Manager take care of performing the necessary cleaning to ensure the computer’s performance is as optimal as possible.

Key year for Microsoft

2024 is a very different year for Microsoft, and it can be seen in the plans and roadmap it is taking in this regard. There are many uncertainties surrounding Windows 11, in fact, with rumors pointing to Windows 12, and other voices indicating that this year will continue with Windows 11 as the protagonist, but with a major update for the second half of this 2024.

In fact, this can also be seen in one of its most well-known divisions, Xbox, which is going through the most turbulent moment in its more than 20-year history. There is still much to be known, and Microsoft has yet to provide more details about the future of the company, but all rumors also point to a radical change in its business model, prioritizing the exclusive value of its system to enhance its catalog of Third Party games.

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Daniel García

Daniel García

Graduated in Journalism, Daniel specializes in video games and technology, currently writing for Andro4all and NaviGames, and having written for more Difoosion portals such as Alfa Beta Juega or Urban Tecno. He enjoys staying up-to-date with current affairs, as well as reading, video games, and any other form of cultural expression

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