Microsoft has been quietly beta testing an app called PC Manager that fills the niche currently occupied by CCleaner and Huawei’s PC Manager. Scan your PC for unnecessary files, free up RAM, and connect to Windows Defender to block malicious apps. Unfortunately, you also need to change your browser to Microsoft Edge.
The first thing I learned about this app was the following tweet. Aggiornamenti Rumia (opens in new tab)which led to the story above XDA developer (opens in new tab).pcmanager.microsoft.com (opens in new tab) I found the site to be active, but it’s in Chinese. Eventually the app disappeared from the Microsoft Store and .exe file (opens in new tab) was discovered and people could start trying it themselves.
This app is a simple app that loads on startup and sits in the system tray. When called upon, it scans the storage to discover wreckage that it deems worth wiping out.There is a RAM Boost feature that increases the amount of free RAM on our test machine by about 10% Process Inspector does the best impression of Task Manager by allowing unused programs to close and other startup apps will tell you about the impact of your machine’s performance – settings[スタートアップ アプリ]The ones already included in the OS via pages.
It also replicates some features of Windows Defender to reduce threat[スキャン]Add a button to check Windows Update. There are also some less-than-welcome features. It insists that you change your default browser from Chrome to Edge (we are outdated) and advises you to turn off Malwarebytes.
This app is still in beta, obviously, but it’s always on the top, but it’s a welcome addition to Windows, bringing together several different but related tools in one place. It is