As a brand new owner of a Windows Phone 7 it goes without saying that one of the first things I checked out was the Marketplace, where I found a few apps I downloaded and installed, but the main …
Welcome to the last part of our review of System Mechanic by iolo technologies. Now before I wrap this review up with my final thoughts about system Mechanics there are a couple of other parts of this package of tools that I want to take a look at first.
As I have pointed out several times in this review some of the tools found in System Mechanic allow you to mess around in some really sensitive areas of Windows and because of this you should make sure to create a System Restore point or at least have a current back-up image of your system.
That isn’t to say that the System Mechanic team hasn’t done their best to make this collection of tools as safe as they possibly can. Far from it but t hat doesn’t change the fact you should also make sure you have all your bases covered just in case something does go wrong.
I am sure that the team behind System Mechanic realize things can go wrong and this is one of the reasons that they have included their own form of rollback called SafetyNet.
I recently received in the mail a reviewers copy of Windows 7 – The Missing Manual written by David Pogue and published by O’Reilly and at 813 pages (not counting the index and appendices) it definitely deserves the title of one big …