Microsoft’s PC Manager Officially Launched to Optimize Windows Performance
Microsoft has officially launched PC Manager, an application designed to improve the performance of Windows 10 and Windows 11. The application, which was initially released as a preview version in October 2022, is now available for all Windows users to download and use.
PC Manager, also known as Microsoft Computer Manager, aims to simplify the process of optimizing system performance and speeding up the computer. It integrates the anti-virus engine of the Windows operating system to create a comprehensive computer protection system.
According to Microsoft, PC Manager follows four major product concepts: simplicity, smoothness, efficiency, and security. The application is designed to be simpler and more straightforward than similar third-party applications and is ad-free.
One of the key features of PC Manager is the ability to optimize performance and observe RAM usage with just one click. Users can also use the application to clean up junk files on their hard drive, improving overall system performance.
In addition, PC Manager provides widgets, including a floating toolbar for monitoring RAM usage. This feature allows users to browse running processes, view the amount of RAM consumed by each process, and terminate processes that are consuming large amounts of system resources. Users have the option to keep the floating bar on the screen or hide it in a collapsible sidebar.
With the official launch of PC Manager, Windows users now have access to a powerful tool for optimizing their system performance and maintaining the overall health of their computers. The application is now available for download and use, providing an efficient and secure way to enhance the Windows user experience.