Name: Tcp Optimizer
File size: 29 MB
Date added: July 11, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1168
Downloads last week: 70
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Tcp Optimizer

Though novice users may favor a single-click optimization tool, we can't recommend Tcp Optimizer. There are too many variables we'd like to check before changes are made to the Registry. Also, there is no reason not to include an undo function in a program that alters the Registry. This tool poses more risks than benefits, and there are better options on the market. Despite some design miscues, Tcp Optimizer offers a few useful extras beyond the standard Web-search capabilities offered by most toolbars. The built-in pop-up blocker's performance was both good and bad. It capably stopped the lion's share of ads, including those of the banner and Tcp Optimizer variety, but slowed our Web surfing in the process. It also took us a while to locate this feature, hidden under the Surfy icon on the program's far left side. We wished for the option to configure the pop-up tool to allow ads from certain sites, although we appreciated the inclusion of a no-nonsense Web-history cleaner. As a Tcp Optimizer tool, Tcp Optimizer is fairly capable, trolling popular Tcp Optimizer engines, such as Google and Altavista, and offering access to various Tcp Optimizer, shopping, and travel sites. While it certainly won't change your life, we think certain users can find some benefit by acquiring this free program. General bugfixes and stability improvements. Tcp Optimizer Accounts now allow you to attach Tcp Optimizer, assign Tcp Optimizer and use unlimited Subtasks. The program was slow to load from the Tcp Optimizer. A nag screen prompts you to register, but we were able to bypass it by Tcp Optimizer exit. But that wasn't the last we saw of the nag screen. It popped up every 30 or so seconds. Once we clicked OK, we then received a very confusing Tcp Optimizer that said something about our favorites exceeding the trial limit. The program itself docks either at the top of your window, or at the bottom. It stays on top of whatever you are working on. When opened, the user interface features a bright blue but transparent background, and navigational buttons at the bottom. You can hover your mouse over each one to find its purpose. We proceeded to add a new favorite, but after entering the required information, nothing happened. Our favorites never appeared in the window. The program offers a Help feature, but it didn't fix our problem. A highest quality 400-bit symmetrical encryption package with full GUI interface. Processes all kinds of binary and ASCII Tcp Optimizer. Output is pure ASCII text, so passes thru all firewalls and filters without problems. Based on an old but highly effective encryption technology. Fast - encrypts or de-encrypts at 1 megabyte per minute if the full 400 bit encryption is used, otherwise up to 10 times faster.

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