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WinTasks 4 Professional Review - Conclusion

There are many utilities around that claim to "tweak" your PC for better performance. Hot on the heels of my PC Booster review, Leading Interactive Utilities (LIUtilities) was kind enough to invite me to review their "tweaking" product; WinTasks 4 Professional. Can this competing package stack up to the product from inKline Global? Come join Jon "Albinus" Albiez and let's find out!

| Utilities in Software | Posted: May 19, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8.0%      Manufacturer: LIUtilities

Conclusion

 

Regular readers may have remembered my little grumble about the price of PC Booster. Well, WinTasks is almost double the price if you opt for the boxed version! The downloadable version was US$10 cheaper (at US$47), but LIUtilities have obviously responded to criticism of the price by lowering it to US$37 for the downloadable version. This is a fair amount in my opinion as there obviously is a lot of programming involved in a program of this caliber.

 

- Pros

 

Very powerful task management software

 

Choice of downloadable or boxed version

 

Easy-to-use interface

 

- Cons

 

A little pricy for some

 

Power users only

 

Rating - 8/10

 

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