Wise PC Engineer 6.3 for Free [Tune up your PC ]

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Wise PC Engineer is a windows system tuning or tweaking suite with 12 Plus important system utilities to make your windows system run smooth and perform better.

As we install and uninstall programs, open and close files and install updates on our computers they become slower and slower. Wise PC Engineer will ensure that unwanted files and registry entries are cleaned off your computer ensuring that your PC runs at it’s optimum speed.

It not only can help you clean Windows Registry, free up disk space, defragment registry and disk, erase privacy data and recover lost file, but it also protect your privacy by hiding important files or folders and lockup your personal applications.

Wise PC Engineer ‘Key utilities ‘ :

  • Registry Backup
  • Registry Cleaner
  • Registry Defragment
  • Startup Program Manager
  • Disk Cleaner
  • Disk Defragment
  • File Recovery
  • File/Folder/Drive Scrub
  • Memory Optimizer
  • Windows Auto Shutdown
  • File/Folder Hider
  • Application Encrypt and Unencrypt
  • 1-Click Tune-up

PC Engineer is one of the best advanced system care tools. It’s very easy and safe to use, from above screenshot of its main interface, you can understand what to do, because the interface is cleanly divided in to four parts: automatic 1-click tuneup, registry utility, disk utility and other utilities. So you can use the utility according to your system need.


Wise PC Engineer 6.3 for Free :

For a Limited period of time Wise cleaner is giving away $40 worth Wise PC Engineer v 6.3 for Free. So visit this giveaway page, enter your name, email, verification code and download the PC Engineer 6.3 fullversion software.


Directly download PC Engineer 6.3 fullversion from here[8 MB]

[Thanks to Neo ]

  1. The program downloads fine, but it would not give me a license key when I used my name, email and verification code. I received the message “Sorry you have already joined” I’m not sure what that means sense I have not joined anything? It also uninstalls just as fine as well. Thanks.