How lab science combined with community experience can help you make your PC faster than ever before.
Every day we’re faced with the dilemma of making new decisions without enough knowledge to know if we’re making the right choices. Which car is the most reliable? Which computer has the features I really need? Which smartphone is right for me? Is that new restaurant any good?
Many of us don’t have the time to become experts on everything we face in life, so we instinctively seek a consensus of opinion. Online forums, reviews, articles and editorials are among the most commonly visited sites—but opinions, especially when repeated enough—can become interpreted as fact. Think of the last election and what the opposite party claimed about your candidate. Or a highly rated movie that left you wondering what anybody saw in it.
What’s under the hood of your computer is an exact science of mind boggling complexity and yet it all exists solely to make things simple for you. Although you might be fast on the keyboard and an expert on the applications you use, if your PC develops trouble, you’re faced with issues you may not really know enough about. Where do you go for advice?
Going to the internet for help is a form of “crowd sourcing,” a term that has come to commonly mean to get advice from a consensus of opinion. But researchers at iolo Labs found opinion-based solutions often lacked reliability.
iolo technologies is grounded in the science of computer optimization but is also focused on how to deliver the highest levels of optimization in the simplest and most comprehensive way possible. The research done at iolo Labs showed that while System Mechanic’s patented ActiveCare® technology is highly effective at automatically eliminating the 12 root causes of PC slowdown, those who were able to expertly use the program’s extensive manual tools could boost performance even further.
In order to bring this level of expertise to the everyday user, iolo engineers had to rethink the traditional concept of crowd sourcing. Think of a time when you hesitated to make a decision because it was way over your head. Now think of a time when you acted enthusiastically on a “no-brainer” decision. What was different? Very likely it was experience. Actual experience can provide a comfort zone of knowledge to act confidently.
Capturing “experience” is what the breakthrough in System Mechanic 11.7 known as Guided Recommendations™ is built around. Where standard crowd sourcing is opinion-based and can be unreliable, Guided Recommendations is workability taken to a higher power by analysis and experience.
Guided Recommendations fuses three powerful technologies that give you the ability to make no-brainer decisions to boost PC speeds to levels previously unattainable.