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What’s the difference between Wise Care free and pro version?
There is the chart for your reference.
Clean registry and disk junk
Deeply clean your private data
Make your PC faster and more secure!
Defragment registry, disk and tune up system
Automatically update to the latest version
Fantastic new skins & themes
Unlimited 7×24 Technical Support
system registry protecting function
The free and pro version share the same .exe setup file. Once you
register the program, you make the free version pro and remove all the
limitations in the free version. However, it is clear that the free
version does not clean/protect your registry nor tune up the system,
which are the main features needed for PC maintenance. For those who
want just want a privacy protector or just don’t know how to make your
computer faster, the free version is good to go. For more powerful
functions, the pro version is worth the pay.
Your computer’s wallpaper might not be seen often, but it’s still a good
idea to make it something awesome. Whether you have a mega-collection
of wallpapers from your favorite media or feature a picture you took, the right wallpaper makes your computer more personal.
However, no matter your wallpaper, there’s something you can do to improve its quality. Did you know that Windows 10
compresses all wallpaper images to improve performance? Those on low-end
machines benefit from this, but if you’re rocking a powerful rig, you
might want to make your wallpapers display at full clarity.
To change this, open up the Registry editor by typing regedit
into the Start Menu. Remember that making Registry changes can be
dangerous, so be careful while you’re in here. Navigate down to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
Once here, right-click on the right side of the window and choose New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name it JPEGImportQuality.
Next, double-click this new value and set it t…
If the size of fonts is fine but they still seem hard to read
for some reason, you may need to adjust your system’s font rendering
settings. Windows 10 uses a technology called ClearType, which is why
fonts look different on Windows versus Mac or Linux, but it looks best
when tweaked specifically for your monitor.
Tweaking ClearType Settings
Open the Start Menu, search for cleartype, then select Adjust ClearType text in the results. This launches the ClearType Text Tuner. Make sure you turn on ClearType:
the ClearType Text Tuner is a straightforward wizard that walks you
through each step. All you have to do is look at all the options, pick
which one looks best to you, and rinse and repeat until you reach the
end. For most, this results in text that’s pleasing enough.
If you’ve ever used Mac or Linux before, you know that text just looks different
on those operating systems for some reason. That’s because they don’t
use ClearType and instead use an…