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A utility for cleaning and optimizing the PC Manager system for Windows 10/11 has been released in the Microsoft Store

A free utility for cleaning and optimizing the PC Manager system for Windows 10/11 from the Chinese development team from Microsoft has become globally available in the Microsoft Store app store.

The first version of the Microsoft PC Manager utility was available only in Chinese and was distributed as part of testing among some users in China. Now the utility has been translated into other languages and has become available in other countries around the world. This is a more productive and simpler analogue of CCleaner.

Other third-party PC cleaning software tools have not been approved by Microsoft. Many of them are even flagged as malicious in Windows 10/11 security systems because they can accidentally delete important registry files in order to clean up unnecessary junk. In 2020, Microsoft called CCleaner a potentially unwanted program, but it is still available in the Microsoft Store (but does not work in the Russian Federation).

The current version of Microsoft PC Manager has a standard set of tools for cleaning up data in the OS, including PC Boost (closes unnecessary processes and deletes the temp file) on the PC, Smart Boost (becomes active when RAM usage increases sharply or the size of temp files exceeds 1 GB ), deep cleaning (detects old Windows update files, recycle bin contents, web cache and application cache), viewing all running processes, managing startup applications, searching for large files.

According to the developers' explanation, the Microsoft PC Manager utility is free to use, can be combined with a system theme and contains many useful tools that do not delete system files on the PC, unlike other similar solutions.

A utility for cleaning and optimizing the PC Manager system for Windows 10/11 has been released in the Microsoft Store