|March 11, 2011||What you see is what you get||1 comments|
Its reputation precedes PCKeeper, so users will not need an extensive trial period to determine if they need a very good system optimizer, or they’ll take their business elsewhere. With tools that range from registry cleaners and disk defragmenter to powerful antiviruses and smart data recovery, PCKeeper is an excellent bundle of software at a great price. It comes as no surprise that people who are looking for just a few applications included in this pack will purchase PCKeeper, only to be amazed later by the others.
Nevertheless, this is a system optimizer that puts the client first and will share everything with him virtually for free. Unlike similar products who won’t allow many operations to be performed during the trial period, PCKeeper presents the potential customer with all the benefits of a subscriber. If you want to use the disk defragmenter, the registry cleaner or any of its fine services, you can do it during the trial period. It’s something that proves confidence in the quality of the applications that will keep the user interested in it, well after the trial expires.
What happens with other products is that you are only being showed the cake, but they won’t let you even taste it. To be more exact, you can use some of the features included in the pack such as the disk defragmenter of disk cleaner, to perform the scan. Unfortunately it is nothing more than a teaser, since you are not allowed to fix the errors detected of purge the junk files.
To do that you should buy the application, which raises additional questions. Maybe these are the best instruments they’ve got and that’s why they won’t allow me to test other. Furthermore the high number of errors, insane fragmentation and pilled up leftovers, might be displayed just to frighten you into buying. With PCKeeper there are no such risks and what you see is what you get.